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so the lights are starting to go out on the center consol on the ls400, could anyone advise me on how to get at them, can i change them etc? 

 

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If you have one screw as you always do, then you know somewhere you have gone wrong. Do you pull it to pieces again? or just leave it. I think a job to be tackled when the house is quiet. Good luck with it.

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Fantastic links. Had a quick look tho while at work. I shall order some bulbs and  pick a date soon. Lol

 

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On 05/09/2017 at 1:43 PM, Bluesman said:

If you have one screw as you always do, then you know somewhere you have gone wrong. Do you pull it to pieces again? or just leave it. I think a job to be tackled when the house is quiet. Good luck with it.

Having spent all my working life in maintenance, first as a fully-qualified, time-served electrician, then as a telephone engineer on BT and now as a self-employed computer repair technician, I can say with some authority that no, you never pull it to pieces again (unless that one screw is mission-critical of course). How do you think we accumulate that jar of random screws that any good fettler goes to when in need of a spare?  :biggrin:

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I also have a large tin of non-mission-critical screws, always useful for when need to sort out another DIY job. 

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Must say, I'd never heard the term "fettled" until watching early hours Shed and Buried.  I've lead a sheltered life, obviously.

Good luck with the project

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On Wednesday, September 06, 2017 at 5:31 PM, Sunnybrae said:

If it works, will you do mine for me please? :winkiss:

 

See how i get in with mine first

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