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Old 01-24-2012, 06:19 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where to get a replacement lens for these lights? The lights are for our turn signals.
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Old 01-24-2012, 06:42 AM   #2
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Old 01-24-2012, 08:13 AM   #3
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The first photo is probably the polarity indicator light which itself is more dangerous than useful (no wars now, the subject has been covered in other threads). Personally, I would not bother replacing it unless you are doing a museum restoration.

The second photo is of the display end of the fiber optic tail/stop light indicators. There are no bulbs under the little plastic display ends, only the fiber optic line which runs to the tail/stop light itself. Although I certainly am not sure what all is out there, this was an Airstream designed system, and most likely AS part. I kinda doubt they are available but Inland RV would be my choice for looking.
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Originally Posted by chrischarles View Post
Does anyone know where to get a replacement lens for these lights? The lights are for our turn signals.
I think you are slightly mistaken. The first picture shows the polarity lamp. It is connected to the 110VAC system and will not illuminate unless the polarity of the 110VAC system is reversed.
The second picture shows the taillight monitor system. they are not lights but are fiber optic cables connected to the taillights. When the brakes are applied or the turn signals are activated or the running lamps are on these fiber optic cables will transfer the light down the cable and you will be able to see this in the outside rearview mirror of your tow vehicle.
I have never seen the polarity light available anywhere and for the taillight monitor I have only seen the cover available from Inland RV.
try calling Andy at Inland RV as he carries many more parts that he shows on his website.
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