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    hi my front fogs are misting up is this common fault that can be sorted easily or do i have to live with it or buy new thanks

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    It is a common pain in the a$$. Either put a small pack of silica gel ( like the ones you get in a shoe box) in the bottom then put the cover back on, or take the cover off and dry the inside of the lens with a hairdryer. Good luck
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    ok i'll hairdryer 1st thanks

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    mine were doing that, I left the cap off for a few days while it was dry, put them back on, been fine ever since
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    is the cover easy to get to nothing silly like taking bumper off

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    Dead easy hand up behind fog twist and remove cover, hairdryer and probably best to put the silica gel in as well.
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    ok im off outside to sort them thanks

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    or you can put news paper over the light unit and put the fogs on. the heat generated from the bulb will dry it

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    Quote Originally Posted by glynn View Post
    or you can put news paper over the light unit and put the fogs on. the heat generated from the bulb will dry it
    and if it gets hot enough you could cook on the flames! The lamp gets hot enough on its own to dry them out
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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