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    Hi,

    Hoping this is ok to post, the inside of my angel eyes have a layer of dust on the glass/plastic lens

    Is it possible to remove this to clean it etc ?

    If so how ??

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    Can anybody assist the OP ?
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    I'd be extremely careful. The problem is that in order to open them up, you have to break a waterproof seal that connects the lens to the actual light unit.

    Once this seal is broken, you're asking for trouble unless you properly seal it back up again.

    I didnt, and the water that flooded the unit caused a short in my E46 and £200 worth of electrical damage, not to mention that I needed a new set of lights..

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    Would taking the the bulb out and using some compressed air do the trick without any damage ?
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