the unit has a few spots with o-ring seals. The one you might want to double check is between the glass and the leds. There is a retention ring about 1/4 of an inch thick that will screw off, but be very careful not to let the glass lens fall out.
I would take that off, double check the o-ring, dry everything with a good mircofiber cloth, and perhaps let the unit sit someplace dry for a few hours before re-installing the o-ring seal and the glass lens with retention ring.
Send me a PM if you have any problems with that, and I'll give you my cell to make a call.
Originally Posted by erkmania
I recently bought a set of the close-out 44's and I'm experiencing some lens fogging.
My question is, what is the best way to seal the assembly? I was thinking about using Yamabond at the lens junction and possibly the pigtail.
I think I'll disassemble the lights to see if any corrosion exists before I do any resealing.
What are your thoughts?
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