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Old 01-31-2016, 05:21 AM   #1
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What type of 12 Volt Replacement Bulbs to get?

I ordered some bulbs that looked identical to mine, yet they are just slightly too large to insert into the bulb slot. Does someone have a UPC code, part number or brand that is known to work in our Sunlines so I can find and order the right part?

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I can't imagine that they are slightly too large as long as they are the right shape. I have had bulbs both incandescent and LED that pushed in with some difficulty which might seem slightly too large.
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The bulbs are called T10 Wedge Base bulbs. As Paul said, they often are REAL tight to push into the socket. If you are using LED bulbs make sure you hold them by the plastic base since pushing on the board with the LED bulbs can break the board.
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