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05-20-2013 07:24 PM
MangoTango34 I see you have probably been waiting a while for a reply. I just looked searched that because one of mine was doing that also.

What i did was turn the lights on and let them sit for a little bit. Mine are slimlight long ranges and i had then of for about 5mins. And its all gone.

For the connections i have no clue. When i installed them i took off those connectors and soldered it. Then wrapped all exposed in heat shrink.
09-09-2012 08:39 PM
golferguy111
KC lights condensation

Hey forum,

I got 2 KC daylighters mounted on the front of my JK hanging from my brush guard, and last week I noticed (after a foggy drive up a mountain) that a significant amount of moisture had accumulated in the lens. The Lights still work fine, but I just wanted to know
a) if that is covered by the warranty, and
b) how to fix them w/o breaking any sort of seal within the light.

In addition, just how waterproof are the wires? I have mine semi-exposed when the doors are off, and I just want to make sure that I'm not at risk of shorting them when I hose out the interior. I try to avoid them, but sometimes they still get sprayed a bit.

Thanks for your help!

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