Lowest setting is 50C, but our oven is notoriously inaccurate and weak, so it's probably fine for that. Thing is, with the OEM lights you can remove the bulb holder to drain it and then let it evaporate. But the Valenti lights are all LED, so I don't think there's a removable holder as such?Do you have an over with a defrost setting, so is at 30-35 degrees or something? Will help evaporate the water and then leave to air.
You were right. It's due to rain later today, so I took the lights off in my lunchbreak - there's some small drain holes in the back of the light. Managed to shake the worst of the water out. It's now sitting in the oven on a low heat, so hopefully that should dry the rest out.Well, it's got in so there must be a source of entry. The VLANDs have a form of breather holes on them.
I suppose that is the big risk with the LEDs on aftermarket lights. It is something I have worried about myself, especially having purchased a ltd edition set from the USA!Oh well. The indicators are still visible, so it's not a safety issue. I might just put aside some money over the next few months and treat myself to a brand new set later in the year (this pair were second hand). But its very irritating. I've come to really like the Valenti lights. I bought this set opportunistically, as I never thought the OEM lights looked as bad as everyone said on a white car. Usually, I would just revert to OEM and be done with it. But I have to accept that the car looks far better with the Valenti lights.