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• Round stainless steel ring
• 12V LEDs
• In-water use only
• Approximate lamp life - 50,000 hours
• 1-year limited warranty
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Q:how is this light installedAsked on 2/10/2015 by aaron from United States
Locate the desired position of installation for the light. The
ideal position is on a flat vertical surface of the transom
which will be 3”-12” below the level of the water with the
boat at rest. Be sure that the light will not interfere with any
transom mounted components.
Once you have chosen your location be sure to verify
there is enough room on the inside of the boat for
hardware and wiring loom. Make sure to check for
electrical wiring, fuel and hydraulic lines, fuel and ballast
tanks, as well as any other component that could be
damaged while drilling or mounting your light.
Once you have measured and leveled the position for B
your light, cut out the and tape it to the designated
Mark and drill a small pilot hole in center of the
mounting location for final clearance check. Again be
sure not to drill through any internal boat components.
Once the pilot hole is drilled, verify that you have at
least 2” of room in all directions of the pilot hole for
Once verified, mark the 4 mounting holes. Using a
3/32“ drill bit, drill the 4 marked holes.
Then using a 1/4” drill bit, drill out the center pilot hole.
Using marine sealant and following the sealant
application directions, apply a bead of sealant to the
backside of the light around the entire edge. Make
sure the bead is not too close to the edge and that the
bead forms a complete circle.
Carefully press the light onto the transom and line up
the mounting holes. Using the supplied screws, mount
the light to the transom.
WARNING: Do not operate light out of water. Nightwater L6 requires water to cool the light. Operating
the light out of the water could overheat and damage the light and/or boat.Answered on 2/13/2015 by Anonymous