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Starting to get on my nerves a little so I've decided I'm going to seal the lights.....I've not got them off to have a proper look for myself but does anyone know off the top of their heads whether or not the lens is easy to remove? Anyone else got the same lights/problem?

I've noted some clips that seem to hold the lens to the lights themselves so hoping it's not a major problem to get some clear sealant on there.
 

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I'm pretty sure this goes for all lights iirc.
The lights will be glued in and also have clips on them. Remove the clips, then either heat an oven on a low heat (gas mark 3-4) and put them in for 5 mins until the glue softens, or get a heat gun on the lens around the edges.
Then gently pull the lens away fron the base, clean up all the glue and set about re-sealing them.

The oven option does sound a bit odd but it really does work, just keep a really good eye on them.
 

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you dont have to remove the lens, once the condensation is gone, you can just run a bead of sealant round the edge
 

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True, never really though of that. No doubt clear sealant would be the best option.
 
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