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Old 10-12-2017, 08:43 AM   #1
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Light Bulb Number..under cabinet puck lights?

2008 Camelot...Can't find the number and Batteries Plus Bulbs is worthless at finding the bulb even when I bring in the bulb to show them. Does anyone know the bulb number for it? 2 pin halogen? Or is there a bulb list somewhere? I was sent a list of repair parts but that bulb and the ceiling bulbs were not on it.
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Old 10-12-2017, 08:56 AM   #2
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On my coach any low voltage landscape lighting bulb would work. Available at Lowes or Home Depot. Personally I upgraded all my halogen bulbs to LEDís. Uses less energy and easier on the coach batteries and run substantial cooler. I purchased mine from Joe at Cabinbright. A fellow RVír
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Old 10-12-2017, 09:50 AM   #3
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They are most likely a halogen G4. Buy them in lots of ten through Amazon, much cheaper. Also a LED version is available.
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In our coach we have over 50 of the puck lights in the ceiling areas and under the counters.
I'm sure these fixtures are fairly consistent in the Monaco line of coaches and I would like to change all the bulbs to LED.

My question is for those who have changed to LED's.....
What brand and part numbers did you use?
Where did you buy them?
Are they just plug in?
How did you like the results of the change?
I would likely use a combination of warm and daylight versions.
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Old 10-12-2017, 09:21 PM   #5
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I went with M4LED.com

These are what I put in the puck lights. Just remove old ones and plug these in.

I believe these are the natural white SKY # G4-6-5630-side-NW

I burnt my fingers too many times on those halogen bulbs. These can be on for hours and are just warm to the touch.
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Take the bulb to any national auto parts store, (Auto Zone, Kragen, etc). You can also lookup any bulb using the online search. Auto Zone has a 912 bulb that may be what you are looking for. O'Reilly Auto search for mini-bulbs.
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Got mine from Amazon
Kindeep G4 LED
20W warm white
$17 for 10
Closely matched the old halogens in color
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Old 10-12-2017, 10:18 PM   #8
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Thanks Windsorbill, 2014 FR3 and falconman.
All very good info. Will start looking now.
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Old 10-13-2017, 05:53 AM   #9
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We've replaced all of those G4 halogens in our '06 Dynasty, except the bedroom where we've just not gotten around to it. We used "Green LongLife" LED replacements. The ones we use are rated at 8-30 volt, 1.5 watt and 150 lumens. They are called "Warm White" and are rated at 3,000 to 3,500 K and have what they are calling a 120 degree pattern.

We really like the color and brightness and have been very satisfied with the life, so far.

It doesn't sound like a very reliable place to get good "bulbs", but we purchased them from the Yuma Flea market.
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Old 10-13-2017, 09:47 AM   #10
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G4 is not correct. Itís bigger than what was in there. I forgot to take the bulb with me to compare. The G4 is on the left ...the one I need is on the right

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Wow, smaller than a G4-Maybe you can find it here:

2 PIN BASE LIGHT BULBS, 2 PIN, 2 PIN BASE BULB, 2 PIN BASE LIGHT BULB, 2 PIN BASE BULBS, TWO PIN BASE BULB, TWO PIN BASE LIGHT BULBS

Let us know what you find!
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You might start looking in the flashlight bulb area. I recall some of the earlier Streamlight flashlights used a two pin mini bulb
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Superbrite Lights has a bulb chart
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Okay, another question...
Can these LED's be dimmable? We have several circuits with dimmer switches.
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