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Old 09-11-2016, 02:08 PM   #11
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Do I pull the bulb by itself or the thing it's in?
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Old 09-11-2016, 02:20 PM   #12
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Do I pull the bulb by itself or the thing it's in?
A quick Google search of the bulb number you posted will show you that it's just the bulb when not in a socket.
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Yes! I got it. Thank you.
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Old 09-11-2016, 03:05 PM   #14
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I elected to use the small LED boards from ebay China that plug into the light fixture socket where your hot bulb pluged into...

looks something like this photo...


These have sticky tape on the back of the boards and holds it in place.


The lessons learned on this is to never buy a whole change-out group of replacement LED bulbs. Just buy one and if you like it then buy the rest...

I went with WARM WHITE color that matches the incandescent bulbs pretty good for me...

Roy Ken
X2 on what Roy says. I also went with the E-bay China LED lights with the flat sticky board too. I've had these now for 2 years and all are working.

A tip, if you go this route, wipe down the flat part of the socket with alcohol.

Here's a link to what I bought:

1pcs BA9S 921 Festoon 31 44mm Dome Bulb Warm White 36 1210SMD LED Super Bright | eBay
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Old 09-20-2016, 01:29 PM   #15
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I can't pull it. I'm guessing something has to be released but I can't figure out what.
Hold the glass bulb with your right hand hold the white base with your left hand. you might have to wiggle the bulb side to side a bit to get it loose.. the base stays on the fixture.. the bulb and its foot are all glass.. just don't squeeze the glass to hard..
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They are easily removed with a framing hammer.
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We swapped all of ours with this style, found on Amazon. We love them. Went with warm white, similar to original color.
http://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/me...cture7213t.jpg
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Thanks to everyone who helped me regarding changing to LED lights. First, you all explained how to remove the old lights and then you gave me the excellent advice to contact M4 products. Steve responded to my email immediately and in 2 days I had 10 lamps that were exactly what I wanted!
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