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Old 05-09-2012, 08:10 AM   #11
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Same with microwave too...
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Old 05-09-2012, 09:34 AM   #12
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First night we had the TT, I removed one light from each fixture. There was still plenty of light.
I've been debating adding a small switch to each of the fixtures to turn off one of the bulbs as, I suspect, that one bulb will be plenty most of the time.
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Old 05-09-2012, 06:51 PM   #13
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Which adapter are you using? The white one on the right in the eBay picture? How do you go about removing he current bulbs?
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yes, the white ended adapter is the one I'll be using. To remove the bulbs on the X17Z just pinch the shade and slide it off. Then pull the bulbs straight back out of the socket.
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yes, the white ended adapter is the one I'll be using. To remove the bulbs on the X17Z just pinch the shade and slide it off. Then pull the bulbs straight back out of the socket.


So just the bulb comes out, none of the plastic comes
Out?
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The bulb unplugs from the plastic socket; the socket remains part of the light fixture. The adapter for the LED module plugs back into the socket where you removed the bulb. You will have to fiddle a little with the adapter wires to make good contact in the socket.
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The bulb unplugs from the plastic socket; the socket remains part of the light fixture. The adapter for the LED module plugs back into the socket where you removed the bulb. You will have to fiddle a little with the adapter wires to make good contact in the socket.
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First three bulbs arrived today. Will be installed and tested this weekend and the bulk order placed soon. Touched the leads to a 9v battery and wow are these things bright.
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Old 05-26-2012, 06:43 AM   #19
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Lights worked well, order more.

48 Led Panels worked well. DW approved of the colour and amount of light. Just ordered 6 more to fill out the rest of the fixtures. As an added benefit, even when plugged into shore power I appreciate these lights as the fan on the converter runs less, so much quieter.


These are the units order if anyone is interested.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/130695121179...#ht_4627wt_932
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Thanks for sharing!!!

I am struggling to picture how you mounted the panel behind the slide-on clear cover. Any pictures of that?

Thanks in advance!

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