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Old 12-24-2018, 03:42 PM   #1
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Lightening

i have a 2005 Apline Coach and would like to make a change in the interior lighting. Currently I have fluorescent bulbs in all of my ceiling fixtures I would like to make them work on reastats so that I can control the brightness. I would even like to use LED bulbs. Can someone give me some information on how I might accomplish this task. Would be most grateful. While I'm asking for help can someone explain the white chalking I get on my windshield during and after a rain storm. Thank for the help
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Hi Jeff! Many folks have converted the florescent fixtures to LED's. You can buy LED bulbs that will directly replace the florescent but you still have to rewire the fixture. I chose to used the LED strips as you can see in the thread below.

http://www.irv2.com/forums/f59/flore...te-315428.html

As for the chalking, that's coming off the roof. You need to give it a good cleaning to get rid of that!

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