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Old 05-02-2017, 10:18 AM   #1
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Overhead LED dome lights

ITC the mfger of the LED overhead 4" dome lights is sending me replacements for free that are burnt out or flickering. There's 9 very small SMD LEDS inside each dome. Part # 69321BLS-3K. Read on this site they are underrated for 12v.
If your having problems write them. Website is on outside edge of base after you pull one out. Include date and mfger of your RV. Good customer service.

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Old 05-02-2017, 01:15 PM   #2
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Old 05-09-2017, 03:55 PM   #3
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We have an 2016 Itasca 35F and most of the ceiling lights have gone out 10 out 13 p/n69240ns-21-3k we got it touch with Winnebago who then told us about the problem and where to call so the wife called ITC and the folks there were very nice and helpful and are sending us 10 free lights and will replace any more with that same part number....
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Old 11-04-2017, 06:47 PM   #4
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Just wanted to add my $0.02: I recently bought LED dome lights to replace my incandescent ones, and was shocked to find that the old incandescent lights, although shielded by a metal backing had charred the ceiling material to the point that it crumbled when touched. Based on this I would recommend going with LED lighting ASAP. One other thing I noticed is that the lenses create a weird pattern of alternating yellowish and bright white light. I've slid a piece of yellow paper behind the lens for the time being to diffuse it.
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Some of those "12v" leds are exactly that - designed for 12.0v, or maybe 12.6v (battery voltage). Problem is, an RV (or car) 12v system operates between 13.3v and 14.8v much of the time, and some of those leds have insufficient power regulation to handle it. Most leds makers (in China) have learned that by now, but some bad examples still turn up from time to time.

Leds are very voltage sensitive (they actually run at around 2v), so a bit of over or under voltage drives them nuts.
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Old 11-05-2017, 02:26 PM   #6
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Agree w Gary....
Ive had a number of cheap LEDs self distruct w alternator and charger V on boat & RV.
Buy LEDs rated for 10-30 V.
MarineBeam.com is one good source I've used... they build in control circuitry into their LEDs.
They also sell a separate control that will protect a number of unprotected LEDs.

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