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Old 03-01-2015, 07:06 AM   #21
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For you that have converted to LED's, have you noticed any interference in OTA TV reception? This would be nice to know for some folks.
I switched awhile back to the 36 SMD LED, no interference at all, I use the HDTV antenna that came with the rig no issues at all with TV or radio. The SMD LED advertise no interference. When you do switch over you will only wish you done it earlier.
The 36 SMD LED lights I have, came with the two sided tape on the back and they haven't let go yet. The lights are brighter and are a cleaner white. ( no yellowish look )
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Old 03-01-2015, 08:07 AM   #22
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No interference and I changed out every bulb, inside and out. Including running lights, license plate. Bought the most light bang for the buck, direct from China on ebay. If you shop what you need, search ebay for them and buy in quanity. There all made in China anyway.
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Old 03-03-2015, 06:58 PM   #23
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Amazon.com: GRV T10 Wedge 921 194 25-3528 SMD LED Bulb lamp Super Bright Warm White DC 12V Pack of 10: Automotive

I have replaced all my 921s with these. Give off just a bit more light, and have the same warm white color. Not white or blueish like some others.
I just got these today, wanted to say thanks. I can not tell the difference between two hanging pendants. left the old bulb in one and install the LED in the other. Looked exactly the same. and for 20.00 I got enough for the whole trailer. Thanks for your info.......
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Old 04-10-2015, 10:23 AM   #24
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I bought a couple of LED to replace some that were out and was disappointed. They were a dim blue color. What am I doing wrong?
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Old 04-10-2015, 02:28 PM   #25
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The 2015 season hasn't even begun and we're already hard at work readying the Foxx Land Ark for upcoming adventures. This is not only our first season as campers and owners of a travel trailer! One of our first projects was to replace all the incandescent bulbs in our coach... every single one of them (picture attached).

After my DH spent hours researching the seemingly endless variations of LED bulbs on the market and I spent hours reading bulb reviews, we decided on a 20-pack set of "Warm White T10 921 194 RV/Trailer 42 SMD 12V Back-up Reverse Light Bulbs" on eBay from seller LEDKINGDOM-US. Based in the United States, this seller has a 99.6% rating and more than 17,000 rated transactions. These bulbs are marginally brighter than the original 921 incandescent bulbs, but deliver the same warm white color as the bulbs they replaced. Each 921 bulb consumed 2.5 amps and each LED bulb consumers 0.25 amps with a much longer life span (we hope and expect) and a much cooler burning bulb.

Please look carefully at the 921 bulbs in the picture. Our coach is new to us, but it had a previous owner who bought it either when the 2014 model came out in 2013 or some time in 2014. Notice how many of the bulbs are darkened and some even have a reflective glint? This is due to the heat they put off in the fixture, some of which had begun to melt the fixture housing in which they were installed. Granted, a 2.5 amp bulb is not likely to start a fire by melting the fixture, but it's a cost none the less.

The best part of finding these great LEDs? We paid just $20.29 and the bulbs were shipped for free to our Illinois address, arriving on time as the auction stated. The auction continues for a little more than three hours from now (5:38PM CT, 02/20/15)... so don't delay. Ebay auction number
261485199274.
Wondering if most trailers have the 921 bulbs? Our trailer is store elsewhere so can't easily check and I would love to replace out those old hot bulbs in the kid's area with the LEDs. Plus it should reduce the amount of power consumed, correct?
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Old 04-10-2015, 03:33 PM   #26
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Could be 912 as well

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Ok guess I'll wait until I can see what it is exactly.
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Old 04-11-2015, 02:38 AM   #28
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Plus it should reduce the amount of power consumed, correct?
Yes; LED power consumption is quite literally a fraction of use associated with incandescent bulbs.
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I bought a couple of LED to replace some that were out and was disappointed. They were a dim blue color. What am I doing wrong?
you just getting the wrong bulb, It took awhile for me, I kept buying them not getting the right color light when I put them in, then I tried the ones that I posted above, and I can not really tell the difference from the old original bulbs to the new LED. They were a little hard to push in but did go. Very happy with them and a good price compared to other sites. I would try them if I were you. I gave up until I read the post and saw the pictures on here, they work great. Read post #9 on this thread.
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Thanks for the heads up! Here's the link if interested.

20x Warm White T10 921 194 RV Trailer 42 SMD 12V Backup Reverse LED Lights Bulbs | eBay

They were still on sale as of this AM.
I ordered these, I switched a few out and the light they give off in my opinion is not exactly warm white. I did not switch all of them out because they are not near as bright as the incandescent bulb and the color is crap.

Off to do some more looking.
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