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Old 05-10-2013, 06:21 PM   #1
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Yellow light roof corner have water in it!!!

Some one no how to open the light? I want to dry it and seal it. But i don't no if it can be open!!! Thanks
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Old 05-10-2013, 06:30 PM   #2
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Some one no how to open the light? I want to dry it and seal it. But i don't no if it can be open!!! Thanks
If they are like the ones on my 2005, there should be just a single screw than holds the lens in place on the fixture - removing that should do the trick.

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We experienced the same....dealer repaired under warranty...
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Zigi, do you no how they open de light, there is no screw
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If they are the same as what I have on my trailer they are sealed and not made to open. Just replace the ones that have water in them.

Airstream replaced some of mine under warranty too. Call Airstream or your dealer to find out if they still cover the replacements.
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I think the LED ones on the newer units are "sealed" just like the shell!

The older ones are incandescent and are removable...and leak as well. I pretty much have mine sealed by cutting new gaskets out of epdm rubber roof material and ensuring they snap firmly down into the chrome bases (takes a bit of force to fully seat). Now they don't leak....nor my shell....right now anyway.
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Call Airstream Customer service. They may ask for a photo. They replaced mine under warranty. If there is no Airstream dealer near you, they may pay a different trailer dealer to fix it. Ask them, they are very good to help.

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