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Old 04-24-2010, 08:58 PM   #31
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What are you folks replacing for 1076 with? I tried the GP-Thunder 1156-white in the dining overhead and the fuse kept tripping?? Did i pick out the wrong led for this application or what? I believe I saw a post by NWJeeper where he replaced the outdoor light with the same GP-Thunder 1156.
Yes I used the Thunder 1156 lights in my outside porch lights. You would need a 1076 LED replacement if that is the bulb you are replacing as the 1076 is a dual bottom contact (usually used in tail/turn signals where you have two elements in the same bulb) vs. the 1156 which is a single bottom contact bulb. The 1156 will not be compatible in a situation where a 1076 is used and vice versa.
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Old 04-25-2010, 02:21 AM   #32
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Appears you are the authority have you located and suitable replacement for the 1076?
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Old 04-25-2010, 11:33 AM   #33
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Appears you are the authority have you located and suitable replacement for the 1076?
No, I don't have any in the rig so haven't looked and I am not concerned about the tail lights as the engine is running when those are on. I would do a search on Ebay for "1076 LED bulb" or something similar and see what you find. They're out there...
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thanks for your time.
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Old 04-26-2010, 02:31 PM   #35
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Sorry if iv missed information on what bulbs to get, could someone confirm what bulb is required to be changed to led in an RV, i would like to change a couple in the bedroom and living area. A link to the bulb would help me. I have the baynet type with the two pins


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Old 04-26-2010, 03:11 PM   #36
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Sorry if iv missed information on what bulbs to get, could someone confirm what bulb is required to be changed to led in an RV, i would like to change a couple in the bedroom and living area. A link to the bulb would help me. I have the baynet type with the two pins


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Graham. All the links for the LEDs used are in this thread. If you read though it you will find them. For your overhead lights that use a wedge base we are buying the 36smd light boards through a seller on Ebay named "farmerseller"
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is this one ok
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In my experience with similar bulbs they are not all that bright. They are not suitable for the reading lights over your bed for instance. I haven't found any that are. For overhead lights they will probably be a bit dim. I would look for the Thunder GP bulbs. I don't think farmerseller has those but I have found them through other dealers on Ebay. Just be sure to find the ones that are direct replacement for what you are using.
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I wanted warm white (3000K) LEDs and Farmseller said I needed to buy 10 or more. I wanted 1 to see if it is the right color for me. dxy_dxyduan is allowing me to buy 1 and will give me a price break if I buy 10 or more later.
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Old 05-17-2010, 08:21 AM   #40
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Purchased 4 LED from farmseller and they arrived ok, around 8-10 days to the uk. But the have the wrong size bouyant end. Have email farmseller 3 times now and he not replying, so be careful if you are thinking of buying any ligjhts from him?
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