Originally Posted by thandel
We replaced all of our incandescent bulbs in our 2014 CC 36CKTS with equivalent LEDs. We were at the 2016 FROG Rally in Goshen and tried different bulbs (color and brightness) in our various fixtures. The wall sconces on the rear wall and above the exit door took 1076 LED bulbs. The three hanging lamps over the center island took the same bulbs. We chose the warm white (3200K) and bright (415 Lumens) bulbs for all six of these fixtures. These are twist bases. They are sometimes hard to remove. Apply a little downward pressure as you firmly grasp the bulb and turn counter clockwise a quarter turn to release.
The fixture over the dining table has three push in T10/921 Wedge LED bulbs. I chose the bright (415 Lumen) warm white (3200K) bulbs for this fixture. These bulbs pull straight up and out. If the LED bulb doesn't light when you install it, turn it around and try again. Finally, if you are still having trouble with a lamp, it might not be making good electrical contact. You can lift the two wires on the T10/921 Wedge bulbs to fix this problem. On the 1076, you can gently lift the two contacts inside the fixture. I used a dental pick but you can use a stiff copper wire with a hook bent on one end for the job.
I got my bulbs from Joe at the 2016 FROG Rally (Cabin Bright | Innovative 12 volt LED Lighting
). He is very helpful and he offers a lifetime warranty on his bulbs. They cost about $10 each.
I put in a order today, the man seem to know what he was talking about. I guess I could have found something similar on eBay but why take a chance. It isn't like I'm going to wear out a bunch. Anyway thanks for the information
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