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P30 Leaking v-birth lights

Hello,
The v-birth stainless steel fixed lights in my 1973 P30 leak beyond the point where i can ignore them anymore! Can anyone advise as to where i might get replacement gaskets and / or give advice on how I might successfully do this job just once?
Many thanks,
Sive Neilan
P30 Aphra Behn, #404
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