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You should be able to find LED replacements that use the right socket (from your picture I'd guess it's a G4 socket) and voltage. The main point of LED lamps is that they require less electrical energy (Watt) to produce the same brightness (lux/lumen/candela) as halogen lamps. This means that your replacement with comparable "lighting power" will consume ...


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These types of lights range in voltage from 6V to 120V depending on the fixture. The voltage & wattage should be stamped on the glass. These lamps usually create a large amount of heat if you install them with fingers the oil from your skin will severely reduce the bulb life. If they come in a plastic wrapper cut the end off and install the bulb only ...



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