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KC Daylighters 3 months old with burnt spots?

ya so my lights are hmm, 3-4 months old? I use em quite often, anyways i noticed near the top of both bulbs there appears to be brown spots, i got pics just my camera is in my truck.... this normal?
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i would call KC and send them the pics to see what they say....they may warranty them....
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the reflectors tend to not stay perfect chrome they will tinge a little from use but like dark spots doesnt sound right..i'll check mine and get back to ya
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My friend had that 'problem'. There's just a dark spot at the top of the glass right? It doesn't effect the performance, just the look. You should call KC and talk to them about it.
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My friend had that 'problem'. There's just a dark spot at the top of the glass right? It doesn't effect the performance, just the look. You should call KC and talk to them about it.
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That's exactly what happenned to my friend's. He never did anything about it. But like it was said earlier, call KC and tell them about it and see what they can do for you. They are really good about honoring their warranty.
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ya call up Ron give him a hollar... mine arnt that bad the silver does tend to tarnesh a little from use because there so hot. but mine arnt that bad
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