Delfin wrote:awpptdt wrote:
Yes*I did. They are made of glass and I was wondering if I cast some out of clear epoxy would they hold up to the heat so the bulb. What do you think?
I wouldn't think so, at least not without yellowing.* It might be cheaper in the end to replace the fixture.* While not cheap, Alpenglow makes flat out the most efficient and best 12v lights out there.* They are located in one of the great marine cities of the world - Eureka, Montana.* www.alpenglowlights.com
*I have doubts about epoxy, are they flat or do the have shape? *You might be able to cut a new one from acrylic or lexan. *Both come in clear as well as white or textured. *Both are relatively easy to work with. * *A photo of the broken one would be helpful, in advising how to make a replacement.