Yeah, there's a hole in the top of it, into which you can stick a
phillips screwdriver, and turn to aim it up and down.
Although personally I'd double check that you really really really
have it seated correctly - I can't imagine that why it would go that
far out of alignment for no reason.
I'm happy to say that I got this right finally and didn't have to adjust/aim
the lamp. By the way, replacing the bulb has made me more aware of how
clouded the lens has become on both lamps. Can this be improved by rubbing
with fine polish?
There are commercial products for polishing the lenses but there are some
home remedies too. Perhaps a goggle search will find some.
Here is a start
Can be done, and the results are OK, but, it's a lot of work (about 3
hrs per unit).
Also had to have power tools to get it right, and have some experience
the trick is to start easy, wet sand #600 then up #1500, then white
and a lot of polish with a foam or cloth.
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