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Old 03-03-2012, 08:32 PM   #15
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This is a great thread. Lots of interesting information. Quick question...
Obviously there is a difference between 5050, 3528 and 2026 LED's
Is it better to have more LED's like 24 -2026 or is it better to have 9 -5050's for the same wattage? if you had a choice for the same lumans but could get them by a combination of any of the above bulbs, is one better than another.
More bulbs less light each or less bulbs with more light from each???
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My new motorhomecame with four reading lights, two over the sofa and one over each of the twin beds. The lights use a regular bulb, number 1139IF 12v 12w. After it is on for a few minutes, it gets very hot. I would like to replace it with an LED bulb or as a last resort an LED fixture. I have looked all over the internet including the Camping World site and can not find any reference to a 1139IF bulb. Camping World has one 4 inch fixture that looks like it might be replacement for what I have but they cost $50 each.

Does anyone know where I might find a replacement LED bulb?
You can find 1139 LED at Wal-Mart for less than $8 ea
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