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Cartmans Critters
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They came with the halos that I got off ebay. I dont want to hear how cheap they are and all that bullshit.

I just want to know how to clear them up?
 

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That's what you get for buying cheap lights. :crazy:

Check out my thread. I tackled the problem before it started by dissembling and then resealing using gray permatex.

http://www.gmfullsize.com/forum/showthread.php?t=77584&highlight=permatex

Or, if you don't want to take them apart, take them out and toss them in the oven for a little while at 225.

But the condensation will come back.
 

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Cartmans Critters
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That's what you get for buying cheap lights. :crazy:

Check out my thread. I tackled the problem before it started by dissembling and then resealing using gray permatex.

http://www.gmfullsize.com/forum/showthread.php?t=77584&highlight=permatex

Or, if you don't want to take them apart, take them out and toss them in the oven for a little while at 225.

But the condensation will come back.
I told you not to tell me anything about me buying cheap lights :guns: :rofl2:

Ok ill read your thread :worship:
 

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Bake them, pry them apart, get all the old silicone material off... then reseal carefully (watch for air bubbles, etc)

Don't worry if it's messy, permatex is disgusting to work with, so if you have excessive slop on the back side of the lens, who cares.. when it hardens, you can trim it away.
 

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Cartmans Critters
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Bake them, pry them apart, get all the old silicone material off... then reseal carefully (watch for air bubbles, etc)

Don't worry if it's messy, permatex is disgusting to work with, so if you have excessive slop on the back side of the lens, who cares.. when it hardens, you can trim it away.
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Put them in the oven @ 75% to 100% make sure all the moustire is baked out. Then run some silicone around the edge that is sealed. Then on the lights replace the rubber seals with some rubber o-rings that are thicker so it will seal that area up as well.
 
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