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Old 11-19-2015, 09:45 PM   #21
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My interior came with LED's for everything but the pendants.

I installed LED tape strips in my basement and spliced into the existing lights so i could use the switch, then pulled the 921 bulb out. Much better lighting down there now.
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Old 11-20-2015, 06:12 AM   #22
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M4products I say no more they speak for them selves. Did my whole trailer.
Yikes! At those prices I'd have to take out a loan!
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Old 11-20-2015, 06:39 AM   #23
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Ha! So long as you will take on the task of explaining a booleen search to everyone!
I'll do it when the general public understands this joke:
A logician goes to the market with the instructions from his wife, buy a gallon of milk. And if they have eggs, get a dozen.
He comes home with 12 gallons of milk.
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I'll do it when the general public understands this joke:
A logician goes to the market with the instructions from his wife, buy a gallon of milk. And if they have eggs, get a dozen.
He comes home with 12 gallons of milk.
Thanks! I needed a good laugh this morning. I nearly spit out my coffee. Must be EXACT in your description!
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Old 11-20-2015, 07:33 AM   #25
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Anyway, I agree that it's all about the temperature. 3500K is actually too whitish/blue for me, I'm more of a 2700K kind of guy. I want them to LOOK just like the standard bulbs, but perform like LEDs.

These have fit the bill perfectly for me so far; I've tried several different types/brands/colors, and these have been the best by a LONG way.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...dp_o_pd_nS_img
What is it exactly (K type) that Jayco is using in the new 2016 models?
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Thanks! I needed a good laugh this morning. I nearly spit out my coffee. Must be EXACT in your description!
I'm glad you enjoyed the joke as much as I did the first time I read it.

The point remains, those of use who could make good use of a complex, but powerful front end to a search engine are frustrated by the fact that the programs have to be written for the clueless by those that are perfectly capable of using the powerful one.

Can you say "Vicious Cycle"?






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Old 11-20-2015, 07:57 AM   #27
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Yikes! At those prices I'd have to take out a loan!
+1

They may be the best out there, but they're still a little rich for my blood. I will say that you sometimes get what you pay for. I've had the REALLY cheap ones, and they flicker quite a bit, and their color descriptions are often inaccurate, and in a bag of 10, you might get 8 that work right. "Warm White" means different things to different people I guess. If they don't list a Kelvin rating in the description, I move on.

The ones I linked earlier are IMHO a good mix between price and quality; a good value. And the color ratings are spot on.
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If they don't list a Kelvin rating in the description, I move on.
Bingo!
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