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Old 01-16-2013, 07:20 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by JL330 View Post
I royally messed up the last set of headlights I put in the oven. One of the lenses melted a little and both of them ended up looking etched really bad. That oven may have run hotter than it should though.
It should only be on warm which is maybe 250 degrees.
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Someone correct me if Im wrong, but condensation just means either a crack somewhere or some part of the edges glued together isnt 100% sealed, right? As long as you really get the pieces glued together well, there should be no issue?

Also Chickenmuffin did this with a heat gun, which wont heat the entire lens. Here is his writeup:

http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/s...eadlight+bezel
Ya it just means it's not perfectly sealed. Do not use a heat gun, you risk cracking the lens when pulling it apart due to the uneven heat distribution.
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