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obtain proper replacement bulb
shut down entire filter for a moment before unscrewing the top locking ring off Uv filter (left turn) lift top off set asside
using a soft clean rag retract uv tube from its cylinder holder inside , remove power connector from tube end (you should have already removed all power from converter box) with extremely clean rag handle new tube ( allow no forign material to touch outside of tube ) reinsert power connector onto new tube (same way it came off old one) then reinsert tube into holder sleeve , route power cord to proper places away from lid , replace lid and install lock ring back with enough force to ensure a leak proof seal , re start pump ck for leaks if none found then restart power converter for Uv filter
A test tube brush or a small bottle brush will fit and not damage anything. Alternatively as long as it is not used for saltwater soak in a bucket of 5 gallons water and a 1/2 cup of bleach will kill and separate any algae. Just rinse thoroughly to flush out any leftovers and to clear the unit.
² Coupe ² Sedan/wagon 2. Open the hood and disconnect the headlamp wiring socket from the in-line connector. This will make it easier to change the bulb. 3. Remove the protective dust shield from the housing by turning the dust shield counterclockwise (when viewed from the rear). 4. Release clip and disconnect the electrical connector from the bulb. 5. Remove the bulb retaining ring by rotating it counterclockwise. 6. Without turning, remove the old bulb from the lamp assembly by pulling it straight back out of the lamp assembly and replace. 7. Install the new bulb in lamp assembly by pushing straight in with the bulb’s plastic base facing upward. Turn the bulb slightly to align the grooves in the plastic base with the tabs in the lamp assembly. 8. Install the bulb retaining ring over the plastic base and lock the ring by rotating it clockwise until it snaps into place. 9. Connect the electrical connector into the plastic base until it “snaps”. 10. Install the protective dust shield and lock the shield by rotating it clockwise until it locks into position. 11. Connect the headlamp wiring socket to the in-line connector. 12. Turn the headlamps on and make sure they work properly. If the headlamp was correctly aligned before you changed the bulb, you should not need to align it again. __________
remove the 2 screws at the end of the unit and pull the end off.the bulb is attached and will come out with it.pull the bulb out uf the holder and replace.(on mine the screws have 2 differnent heads on for some unknown reason)