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Old 04-06-2016, 09:41 AM   #1
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LED Replacement in Puck Lights- CCD

I am trying to open a puck light over the sink. The LED is out. Can someone share the procedure to "open" the puck? This is the second LED failure in 1 year, the ceiling LEDS are easy to pull down....

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Old 04-15-2016, 01:46 PM   #2
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I am trying to open a puck light over the sink. The LED is out. Can someone share the procedure to "open" the puck? This is the second LED failure in 1 year, the ceiling LEDS are easy to pull down....

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The ring that holds the lens, twists off. If it looks like this
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Old 04-16-2016, 11:15 AM   #3
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Thanks Dan.
The puck we have appears to be all one piece. 2015 Signature. I am guessing that the entire puck has to be pulled off....
I'm afraid to ruin something.
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Need to slip a fingernail or a razor blade under the lip of the lens till you can work it out. The base outer ring is mounted with a couple of screws.
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Old 04-16-2016, 09:13 PM   #5
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Thanks, it's a very thin gap for sure!
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One of the bathroom puck lights in my 2016 Serenity would not come on so I removed the cover and touched the light and it came on for a few seconds and then went out again.
The picture shows what I am looking at with the cover off.
Is this a "bulb" and if so how do I get it out?
I tried to take the complete puck out but after I got about half way out I met some resistance so I stopped . As stated above I don't want to damage anything trying to repair something!
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Old 04-19-2016, 08:02 AM   #7
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Those lights do pull down from the outermost edge. There are "butterfly" spring clips that expand to hold the assembly in place.
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Do I need to pull the entire puck out to repair the light?
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Old 04-20-2016, 09:25 AM   #9
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I think it's all one piece. It is a warranty thing anyway. I called my dealer who is 500 miles away and asked the parts guy to send out a new one, then I mailed the dead one back to him.
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Changes!

The lights in the trailers have changed sometime between 2006 and 2012 - when I am not sure. My 2006 had halon/xenon lights - hotter than HAIL! And went that hot in less than a nanosecond. I replaced most of them with LED "bulbs" .... then wrecked the trailer a few months later. (Pulled out about a dozen so anyone with a 2005-2007 who wants the conversion bulbs see me at a rally and I'll make you a good deal).

The 2012 came with LED's. The fixtures are similar but not identical, and the bulbs are definitely not 2 prong style. So before you worry about replacing LED bulbs or fixtures you've got to know exactly what you've currently got.

The LED's use FAR less energy - which is important when boondocking and worrying about the battery. And the WARM Whites aren't that "hospital operating room" ambiance.

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