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Old 04-16-2015, 10:13 PM   #11
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My recessed lights don't have much room for a LED bulb. Which ones are you using? My original lights were 10w with a 2 prong plug. I did get one of my lights remove but had to break the base on the process. So was thinking about changing all the fixtures to LED fixtures I saw on Amazon. Six for $41 plus change. They have a 2 inch base that will fit in my holes which are 2 1/4 inch. I hope they have more light.
This is what I bought and they fit fine.

http://www.amazon.com/Pack-TWO-1-3W-...9236642&sr=1-1
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Don't know if you had the same light bases as I have as there really isn't any extra room over the G4 10w Halogen bulb that's in these things. I might give these a try tho since the price is reasonable. Did you get the warm light or cool white light? Did they make more light?
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Old 04-17-2015, 06:27 PM   #13
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I did warm white for everything, including the 921 overheads. Daylight LEDs are too blue for my taste.

They put out plenty of light. But my main concern is getting rid of the halogen heat and current draw.
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Thanks CheckSix. I will try a couple of those LEDs, warm light. I also looking at some Amazon replacement lights ...
"Dream Lighting LED Recessed Ceiling Light 3.5W Silver Pack of 6" ... $41.40.
. May try a combination of these new lights and the LED bulbs you have. I also want to reduce power consumption when on batteries.
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I got the lens cover off today. I used one of those non-slip carpet things. I'm now 100% LED on the interior.
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