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Old 07-30-2012, 09:11 PM   #1
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12-v closet bulb

I've got 2-blown closet bulbs with no numbers, the bulb is off a '94 Fleetwood Southwind, the bulb is approx .75 inch long with wire hoops on each end, any idea of a part number would be helpful, thanks
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Old 07-30-2012, 09:16 PM   #2
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I am wondering if you would take your bulb into an auto parts store perhaps they could match it up. Good luck

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I am wondering if you would take your bulb into an auto parts store perhaps they could match it up. Good luck

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They are used in some cars dome lights, should be easy to find at NAPA or any other good auto parts store, maybe even Wal*Mart.
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/that type of bulb is called a festoon I think. they;re made in several lengths
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Does it look like this: #561 Miniature Bulb ?
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Does it look like this: #561 Miniature Bulb ?
That's it, thank you
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/that type of bulb is called a festoon I think. they;re made in several lengths
The festoon bulb has a pointed contact at each end and is usually used in the refers on RV's.
What the OP wants is a Rigid Wire Loop Festoon bulb. Like here
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