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    hi, i keep having issues with bathroom ceiling lights cover clips, as they keep snapping when the tenant removes the cover and changes the bulb. Have had two saxby 39316 models go the same way and just cant source replacement clips from anywhere. can anyone recommend a good bathroom ceiling light of similar size that doesnt have this clip issue please, or know somewhere that might sell such clips please ?

    #2
    Sent you a link on an auction site that is selling them. Just remember any bathroom lights need to be IP44/65 depending on the location.

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      #3
      Sorry, it is not the same one. The clip is L shape. Will send picture to you later

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        #4
        Originally posted by streetwize View Post
        can anyone recommend a good bathroom ceiling light of similar size that doesnt have this clip issue please
        I cannot recommend, but perhaps a LED equivalent so no need to change bulb?
        Saxby does one that looks similar (I believe).

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