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My 2014 Lunar Clubman SB bathroom light has stopped working.  Removed  glass lamp cover and nothing appears loose. Assume I need a replacement light but where would I obtain one? And how easy is it to fit?

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You should be able to get a replacement lamp from your local caravan dealers.  Take a photograph and show it to the dealer.

Most lamps are a push fit.

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6 minutes ago, Deepingposhie said:

My 2014 Lunar Clubman SB bathroom light has stopped working.  Removed  glass lamp cover and nothing appears loose. Assume I need a replacement light but where would I obtain one? And how easy is it to fit?

I am not familiar with Lunars.  Could you post a photo of the light with cover removed?  Is the bulb removable or does it look like an LED with a wee circuit board?

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An LED will usually require a new unit, a halogen will probably only need a new bulb.

If it is halogen, there are LED replacements available.

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Only tried to switch it on when plugged into mains. Cannot test it otherwise as caravan is in compound 30 miles away.I have trawled through ever caravan accessory/spare outlet site on the internet and still cannot see a replacement light like this one. It is about 3 inches square and looks like a circuit board. Must admit I was surprised to see it when cover was removed.My best bet would be the call my dealer service department for advice.

Thanks everyone for your help.

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in our last lunar  caravan, 2016 model,   I'm sure all the lights were LED.  We did have a spotlight that stopped working and they fitted a a complete new one. Sorry I can't be of more help.

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First thing is to check the wiring and connections are OK (using a multimeter?). 

Many Lunars seem to suffer from dodgy wiring faults on their lighting from a quick google and read?

 

Next would be to remove the luminaire (isolate the supply, and fit temporary connector block before restoring power) to test it on a known good 12V source.  That will also allow you to take it into a dealer to source a replacement lamp or whole luminaire, as necessary.

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