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Old 05-19-2015, 06:01 PM   #1
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Suggestions for 921 base LED lighting

I have a TT with 921 base connection lights. I want to switch to LED so that it draws less power when not at an electrical site. The ones the dealer has suggested is around 22-30 each and I have found some for as low as $7.00.
Are all 921 base connections treated equal or is there a definite advantage to the adage you get what you pay for.
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Old 05-19-2015, 09:53 PM   #2
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Here's a site that I recommend Wedge Base RV Replacement LED Lights Not the cheapest, but I have never had a problem with anything I have purchased from them. Be sure to read their FAQ section.
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I've found that color output of LEDs is important to me. I'd suggest to do some research to find a color temp that suites you.
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One thing I have found,

I'm not sure if its the cheap fixtures Crossroads used onmy TT but every LED I used and I have ordered from many different sellers but they are really hard to make work. Meaning that I have to wiggle or play around with the connectors to get the light to connect. Anyone have that problem?
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One thing I have found,

I'm not sure if its the cheap fixtures Crossroads used onmy TT but every LED I used and I have ordered from many different sellers but they are really hard to make work. Meaning that I have to wiggle or play around with the connectors to get the light to connect. Anyone have that problem?
I have the same problem with two of my fixtures. One at the entrance and one near the bath. Can't figure out if the issue is with the cheap LED adapters or if is is the switches. If I push on the switch, they get brighter. Let go and they get dimmer. Little frustrating.
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The only way to really get past this, I think is to hard wire them seeing as they should outlast me.....

I will get me some of those really fancy type fixtures like the rich folk have and then hard wire the puppies up.
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