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I need to replace the headlight lenses on an 06 PT Cruiser. I have the lenses, but no instructions on how to do it! Any ideas?

you need to take the light out of car. take the rubber covers off and bulbs out and motor for the lights if you have them on your light. no in the kitchen preheat your oven gas mark 6-7 electric 500f or as high as it will go. leave one shelf in the oven. place light in oven for 10 min. keep checking on it wile it is in. take out of oven and have these tools ready. 2 flat head screw drivers the bigger the head the better. even a scraper for taking wall paper off. now on the light when it is out were the lens and the head light case fits together put the screw driver in and prize out the lens with both screw drivers of whatever you are using to get into the gap. if pas side prize out right side of light first. left side for drivers side. if cools wile you are doing this. put back in the oven. keep doing this till it is off. now putting back on the new lens. the old glue on the head light make sure it still covers the hole of the light frame for the lens. if not heat some off the old lens and fill in the gaps. put the head light in the oven again and keep an eye on it by checking the glue seal is tacky to the touch. pull out when is and pull out of the oven and push the new lens on. keep heating it up can use a hair dryer on high heat setting for this. and keep heating and pushing the lens on till it all covers the seam like when you took the old one off. when done leave to cool down and give the light a good clean then put every thing back on light and back onto the car. all done. hope this helps this is how you do it to all lights that are plastic or glass type. if glass type it heats up quicker so be aware of that. if light is smashed best not to put in oven use a hair dryer as the oven can make the edges of the broken lens melt and could damage the reflector in the light. will take long to get of with hair dryer.

Sep 28, 2013 | 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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Dome light replacement

Most dome lights are clipped into the frame/surround of the light. Use a thin and narrow blade screw driver and insert it between the lens and the lamp surround to prize the lens free to get access to the blub.

Feb 25, 2012 | 1999 Mercury Cougar

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My canon A640 lens cover is stuck.

Use a thin item like a blunt knife or even a needle to prize it out and off.

Aug 30, 2011 | Canon PowerShot A640 Digital Camera

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My NikonD80 always numbers each exposure on each Sd card loaded into computer in the same number sequence - DSC0001 etc- this makes it difficult to move images into other folders without having to give...

Change the File No. Sequence option in the Setup menu from Off to On. This will make the camera take up from after the last number each time you replace or format the memory card.

Full details are in the "Basic Camera Settings: The Setup Menu" section of the manual (page 101 and especially page 106 in my copy).

May 23, 2011 | Nikon Cameras

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Canon Zoom Lens will not go back in

I think you touched the lens. So it won't go back. It looks as if your lens mechanism is not in its correct position. If it is not broken then it can be fixed easily. But it is broken then it should be changed, the whole mechanism.
Sometimes battery power is not sufficient. At that time you should change the batteries. And look what happens.
I offer you to go to the nearest authorized service center. Please ask them how much money is needed to fix the problem. Because the prizes changes from one Service to another. If they want an acceptable money then let them do it.


Apr 13, 2010 | Canon PowerShot S2 IS Digital Camera

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Clean the inside lens on canon powershot sx110

It is very easy to fix it.
For this, your camera has to be disassembled and collected together again by an authorised repairer.

Its prize changes from one Service Center to another.

Please ask if they can give you an acceptable prize.


Apr 13, 2010 | Canon PowerShot SX110 IS Digital Camera

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Lens is stuck sticking out

go online and regester the camera with sony (you will not need a receipt) after you regester it wait a day then call sony service ( go online and click contact us at sony .com for the toll free number), tell them your problem with the lens (you might want to leave the dropped part out) presto your camera should now be under warrenty and they will fix it free of charge

Dec 08, 2008 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W55 Digital Camera

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How to get the lens apart to clear bits on the front element

The front element is easy to remove.
There's a plastic cover on the front of the lens which has a very small hole in it.
Get something like a very small screwdriver in that hole and prize the cover off.
Remove the 3 screws in the next plastic cover and remove it.
The next 3 screws you see hold the front lens element on.
This whole part rotates to adjust the infinity focus and is kept in position by those 3 screws.
Make sure you mark the position by maybe making a small scratch in the plastic next to one of the screws.
Or maybe scratch around one of the screws.
With those 3 screws removed the front element with the lens just falls out.

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