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Old 06-29-2018, 10:56 AM   #1
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A couple of our white LED ceiling lights are flickering, and another doesn't work at all. Anyone have a part number, manufacturer, model and/or sorce for them? The rv is still under warranty for a few more days, but it will be more of a hassle to try to get the dealer to fix it....
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A couple of our white LED ceiling lights are flickering, and another doesn't work at all. Anyone have a part number, manufacturer, model and/or sorce for them? The rv is still under warranty for a few more days, but it will be more of a hassle to try to get the dealer to fix it....
Is it the white round LED that's flickering? I have the same problem but haven't located a part number.
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Yes, those are the ones....


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Is it the white round LED that's flickering? I have the same problem but haven't located a part number.
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Yes, those are the ones....
Pull the cover off and look for the manufacturer name and cat. Number. Email the company with a photo of the LED board, they might send you all new LED boards due to a defective batch. They replaced all my lights, easy DYI install.


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Thank you...I will try that!


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Pull the cover off and look for the manufacturer name and cat. Number. Email the company with a photo of the LED board, they might send you all new LED boards due to a defective batch. They replaced all my lights, easy DYI install.


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Thank you...I will try that!
I found them on Amazon. Like they said take it apart and look for numbers. I tied mine into a fantastic fan and needed to get a light that had a shut off.
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Take the bulb to Bulb and Batteries as they generally have about any LED light out there. Finally found a replacement bulb for my MBS does light there as no one else had it.
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Take the bulb to Bulb and Batteries as they generally have about any LED light out there. Finally found a replacement bulb for my MBS does light there as no one else had it.
High Desert, that works great where an LED has been retrofitted into a BA15S socket.

But on the newest RVs, the LED is lifetime-attached to the fixture. Sometimes even the clear lens is lifetime-attached. No internal socket at all.

The problem that folks are having is that when they do fail, you have to get a new fixture and it's hard to find one that matches all the others in the RV.

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A couple of our white LED ceiling lights are flickering, and another doesn't work at all. Anyone have a part number, manufacturer, model and/or sorce for them? The rv is still under warranty for a few more days, but it will be more of a hassle to try to get the dealer to fix it....


You can get those LED ceiling lights at etrailer.com ,$15.00.
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