Originally Posted by Dan@LED4RV
I wanted to post here how helpful you have been. Thanks again for sending the link to the video on removing the light. It also helped that your website has so many great photos of the fixtures. At first I wasn't at all sure how hard to pull on the light. Those springs have a lot of tension but it helped having some idea of what they look like and how they work. In spite of Katie's warning in the video, I still managed to get a finger in the wrong place. Those springs have a good snap to them.
Instead of removing the bulb or in this case the LED chip, I cut the positive lead, capped it and taped the loose ends to the other wire. That way everything is in place if we decide to hook it up again. Now the bathroom switch turns on ONLY the bathroom light, not the lights over the sink.