I need to replace the ceiling-fan light-bulbs in my living room in North America, there's a standard-looking 3-light-bulb installation with the fan, and each of the three sockets are only marked "660W 250V", without the designation of what the final appliance accepts. The prior owner left me with one working CFL and two burned out incandescents (one 40W, another 60W). The light cover is made from glass, and is tulpan/cone like (looks very similar to http://www.amazon.com/Westinghouse-Lighting-7781400-Three-Light-Ribbed-Glass/dp/B003KQLJJW, and these are probably supposed to be spec'ed for 60W incandescents).
Can I install two A19 72W halogen 100W-incandescent-replacement bulbs to replace the burned out 40W and 60W incandescent light bulbs? After all, the sockets are marked 660W 250V each — I'd only be using 72W 120V out of them, way below the electrically-advised spec.