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Old 11-17-2022, 02:28 PM   #1
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Porch light cover removal Winnebago Journey

On a 2014 Winnebago Journey 36M how do I remove the porch lens covers to replace the bulbs? I've seen a few posts on different Winnebago's that don't seem to apply. There are no screws, it is caulked on, there are small white tabs on the bottom that don't seem to do anything. Thanks for any insight.
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Some plastic lens are simply squeezed together to release the lens retaining tabs..
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You have to remove some of the caulk on the sides, then carefully pry up the sides and then where the tabs are, and tilt up, so the caulking acts like a hinge.
Once you get that loose, there are 4 screws that hold the plastic lens to the back, and then you can replace the bulb. We changed ours out to LED's but it had a halogen bulb in it, the same as the ones in all our light fixtures.
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On a 2014 Winnebago Journey 36M how do I remove the porch lens covers to replace the bulbs? I've seen a few posts on different Winnebago's that don't seem to apply. There are no screws, it is caulked on, there are small white tabs on the bottom that don't seem to do anything. Thanks for any insight.
Please post a picture. If it is the rectangular on I think I agree with the others. Pinch the top and the bottom of the lens.
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