I have a lighting fixture that uses CF13DT bulbs. How can I replace just the socket to use Edison screw in bulbs or the bi-pin GU24 bulbs?
That fluorescent socket is driven by a ballast, so we’re talking more than just a socket replacement.
Regardless, as Ed Beal says, do not put an Edison socket there, or some fool will put an incandescent in it and start a fire. The fixture is not insulated for that much heat. Use a proprietary LED only socket like Gu10.
Also, building codes probably required non-Edison fixtures at construction time. You’d need to roll it back on resale.
My concern with going from cfl to Edison the wattage can be much higher and the fixture may not hold up. Also the ballast would need to be removed but there are replacement Edison screw shell bases available normally a hickey is used to connect a screw shell to a metal cover. A hickey is the proper support that is hollow and allows the wires to be routed through the base. The new lamp if not provided with a pigtail should be wired with fixture wire (it looks like cloth with a plastic liner) Hope that helps.