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Dipped headlights seem too bright

I got my Peugeot 308 (59 reg) back from the mechanic on Monday after having a service and since having it back i've noticed that the dipped beams seem to be really bright. I thought that I had my main beams on by mistake at one point but I didn't. I've looked at the height adjust dial but it's not that. I've also been through the handbook and can't see anything in there. Any other suggestions? Thanks

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