This is caused by moisture and there is no way to fix it, unless you can
see were the moisture comes in, you can try to seal around the lens, but I
never saw any that did not leaked again after a while.
Sometimes you can pop the lens off the reflector and seal it back on
with silicone sealer (clear "right stuff" works pretty well). This
will USUALLY buy you a year or two minimum. A good idea to drill a
1/8" hole at the lowest part of the reflector before re-assembling
"just in case"
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