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Old 09-27-2013, 02:24 PM   #21
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If you have the 921 wedge style bulb, these are direct replacements.
In the back of your owners manual should be a parts list.
Look under bulbs or pull the cover off your outside light.
here's the 921 bulbs.

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Not sure if you were saying they do fit or asking if they fit?

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Old 09-27-2013, 07:07 PM   #22
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Here's a picture of the landscape lighting around my garden pond.
The 921 regular bulb is the one in the front, kind of yellowish.
All others are the $1.49 LED replacements from Amazon

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Thanks for the info, Doug! I assume they run as cool as other LED's, no?
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Old 09-30-2013, 12:51 PM   #24
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Thanks for the info, Doug! I assume they run as cool as other LED's, no?
Yes, all LED's run cool. Temperature may be a function of area, but nothing to be concerned with.

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Thanks! I had purchased this one in the past and had trouble keeping it in the socket. It "sort of" went in, but by the time we got to our campsite, it had popped out again. I ended up swapping the whole fixture and have been very happy with it ever since. Hopefully these little guys will do the trick for the rest of the rig - I can replace all the incandescent bulbs for less than the cost of one double-pancake fixture. Now that's a good deal!
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Old 09-30-2013, 06:07 PM   #26
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Yes, all LED's run cool. Temperature may be a function of area, but nothing to be concerned with.

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I went out to the TT to scan the LED that you are talking about and here is the result. The light has been on for about an hour and the temperature of the LED is 88.5 degrees. A lot lower temperature than a regular bulb.
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I went out to the TT to scan the LED that you are talking about and here is the result. The light has been on for about an hour and the temperature of the LED is 88.5 degrees. A lot lower temperature than a regular bulb.
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Thanks Don,

Are those the $1.49 ea package of 10 from Amazon?

Were you satisfied with the amount of light?

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My order came in yesterday.
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My order came in yesterday.
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Let us know what you think of the light quality and intensity with these smaller bulbs.

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Will do...my "porch light", one with the yellow lens went out on the last trip. So, will at least be trying one of the new bulbs.
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