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Old 05-19-2015, 06:16 PM   #11
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Here is another option as well. They are also not as bright as the incandescent we had before, but we really do not not any difference unless they are side by side. Love the lower amp usage.


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Old 05-19-2015, 06:41 PM   #12
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Old 05-20-2015, 06:17 AM   #13
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I have ordered several items from https://www.cabinbright.com/. They have numerous LED types that are unique for RV's and good quality/prices.

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I got these, $55 for a 10 pack. Have to use care inserting, and two out of 20 were bad, but are running great in their second season, are much brighter than the old incandescent, and color is right on. (almost too bright for use over the bed....)

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Old 05-31-2015, 08:26 PM   #15
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I bought on ebay a set of 10 x 2 orders and replaced everything even the outside light. I had one that didn't work out of 20. I will only say they are a bit difficult to put in the socket but after the first two you get the hang of it. These are not super strong you have to be gentle.

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I will say that I ordered separately one that had a few LED's all the way around a round cylinder and those are very dim in comparison, and might be used for mood lighting or a night light.

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I've read some posts on other threads that the EBay cheapos are not so good. But I ordered these anyway. Coming from China, the estimated delivery time was as long as 8 weeks. But they got here in 1 week. I only needed 16 of the 20, so have a few spares. Had zero that did not work. As Dirkdaddy said, they can be a bit difficult to install. The flat part with all the LEDs can be fragile. So you can't push on that part to seat them in the socket. And the base is small ( at least for my fat fingers ). What worked was gently rocking back & forth with fingers on the flat LED part, and pressing on the base with a short wide blade screwdriver. Once I figured that out, had all 16 installed in about 30 minutes. They are a much whiter light than the halogen bulbs. My wife really likes it. Says it reminds her of her grandmother's kitchen. And they do put out plenty of light. I suppose in time I may agree with others that the $1/ea LEDs are not the way to go. But right now, I like them.

There is also a little play in how the LED portion is directed. They install facing down. But I was able to rotate that part a bit to give some direction to the light. Not such a big deal with most of the lights. But did help a lot with the range hood light. When that was installed, the LED part was not facing down. It was facing sideways.


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