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Old 04-07-2016, 12:17 PM   #1
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Getting lens out for step light

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I keep getting asked how you get this Step light lens out without taking the whole fixture out. For someone who does not know, It is so easy it is hard. Please see pictures. sku992 AS#510732-01

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Old 04-07-2016, 12:58 PM   #2
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I didn't need a screwdriver to remove mine. Just grabbed each bottom side, slid up slightly, and lifted it out of the housing.
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Ok, I know Im a little late on this post, but does anyone know where to buy this step light replacement lens 510732-01 ? I have tried everywhere. Out of doors mart theur sold last one in 12/18. No mention of restocking. Thanks
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Ok, I know Im a little late on this post, but does anyone know where to buy this step light replacement lens 510732-01 ? I have tried everywhere. Out of doors mart their sold last one in 12/18. No mention of restocking. Thanks



I have looked high and low. No luck. The company just went out of business or stopped making them. No Longer Available NLA


The light itself is metal so it may be you can buff it and paint it. I have seen folks fashion a new lens out of plastic then glue it on. It looked pretty good.


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Old 12-29-2018, 08:42 AM   #5
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Thanks for the reply Dan. My light looks great but the lens cracked when installing new LED bulb. Iíll just make a lens out of glass or plastic. Thank you.
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Thanks, I got the lens off and the light bulb filament is broken. I am looking for an LED replacement. I was wondering if I use the 4 LED 1.2 Watt replacement for 67 bulb (Bright White SKU588) if I need to do any modifications of the housing for the light? Or, do I just put the LED in where the 67 bulb was removed? Is there anything else to do when replacing the 67 bulb with the above led? no wiring mods, electrical mods?? Seems way too easy. Is this the same with the interior lights on my Bambi? Do you have a good reference article on where to start with going all (or mostly) LED?
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Thanks, I got the lens off and the light bulb filament is broken. I am looking for an LED replacement. I was wondering if I use the 4 LED 1.2 Watt replacement for 67 bulb (Bright White SKU588) if I need to do any modifications of the housing for the light? Or, do I just put the LED in where the 67 bulb was removed? Is there anything else to do when replacing the 67 bulb with the above led? no wiring mods, electrical mods?? Seems way too easy. Is this the same with the interior lights on my Bambi? Do you have a good reference article on where to start with going all (or mostly) LED?
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Yes all you need to do is get the 67 bulb out and put the (Bright White SKU588) bulb in it's place. It is a tight fit but no other modifications are needed.

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If you read the above posted you will find that some folks found it hard to get the lens off and other not so much. Over time this lens becomes lose and if it falls out it is No Longer Available NLA. If you find yours is lose you might want to put a small dap of clear silicon to where it will hold it in and still be able to get the lens back off if you need to.
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