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Old 09-01-2014, 09:03 AM   #1
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Pendant Lights

Has anyone had to replace a bulb in the pendant lights? Can't figure out if the bulbs are threaded or pun type to remove and replace.


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Old 09-01-2014, 09:06 AM   #2
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Maybe this will help.....

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Old 09-01-2014, 09:29 AM   #3
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NAPA auto parts will have them...forget the number. Not a common bulb due to the side pin orientation, so they cost a little more than tail light bulbs...I think mine were around $2.50 each. Wear gloves when pushing and turning old bulb to remove. The go in just like tail light bulbs, and have a very strong spring base so hard to remove.
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Old 09-01-2014, 05:29 PM   #4
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I used 1076 automotive bulbs found at auto parts store



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Old 09-01-2014, 05:35 PM   #5
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I ordered 1076 bulbs from Amazon. Would have liked LED but I don't trust the reviews. I want a replacement that is just as bright with the same color but when you read the reviews, this is not easy to find.
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Old 09-01-2014, 07:58 PM   #6
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Yes gently push and turn the bulb CCW. I bought one LED as a test subject and like it. Same lums and color as the incandescent bulb. Just ordered five more.
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X2 on the LED replacements. I bought one from an RV dealer ($30+) and like it, so I ordered additional ones on eBay at about $5 each. I haven't had a problem with them in the last six months, after replacing incandescent bulbs every few weeks!

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Old 09-04-2014, 12:59 AM   #8
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I just replaced all of the exterior bulbs on my TT with LED's (except the scare light, haven't got around to it yet). I have tail/brake/ turn bulbs the rear that are 300 lumens. I think the ones I replaced on my old TT were 500 lumens which is plenty bright. All my interior lamps were already LED's including the storage compartment lamps.
The marker lights had a T10 wedge base. You just want to make sure that they will fit under the lens cover so they shouldn't be more that 24mm in length. The ones I used were 16mm in length and were shorter than the incandescents I replaced. I paid less than $10 for 20 of them.
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I just replaced all of the exterior bulbs on my TT with LED's (except the scare light, haven't got around to it yet). I have tail/brake/ turn bulbs the rear that are 300 lumens. I think the ones I replaced on my old TT were 500 lumens which is plenty bright. All my interior lamps were already LED's including the storage compartment lamps.
The marker lights had a T10 wedge base. You just want to make sure that they will fit under the lens cover so they shouldn't be more that 24mm in length. The ones I used were 16mm in length and were shorter than the incandescents I replaced. I paid less than $10 for 20 of them.
That's pretty cheap where did you get them? One thing is that they last so much longer. I put 200 lumens in my scare lights and they are bright. If I have a trailer right next to me I turn them off so it won't light there whole trailer up at night and disturb there sleep.
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X2 on the LED replacements. I bought one from an RV dealer ($30+) and like it, so I ordered additional ones on eBay at about $5 each. I haven't had a problem with them in the last six months, after replacing incandescent bulbs every few weeks!

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You think the RV dealer had a little mark-up there in the price? Was it the same bulb? Seems I always get the wrong ones and they end up looking like florescent lights, which I do not like.
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