Replacement lamp (bulb) needed (1 Viewer)

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Xoxoc

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Hi all ::bigsmile:

I need a replacement lamp/bulb for one of the interior lights in mt RV.

It has the following identifcaton on it:

1141 12V 21CP

Can anyone point me in the direction of cheapest supplier? I'll probably buy 4-5


Thanks in anticipation

Bryan
 

Stephen & Jeannie

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Hi all ::bigsmile:

I need a replacement lamp/bulb for one of the interior lights in mt RV.

It has the following identifcaton on it:

1141 12V 21CP

Can anyone point me in the direction of cheapest supplier? I'll probably buy 4-5


Thanks in anticipation

Bryan

I think that Dave Newell will be your man, he might be able to post some to you ! :thumb:
 

scotjimland

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Hi Bryan

If they are like mine they are just standard 12v x 21w indicator/flasher lamps


PS

Bulbs go in the ground:roflmto: :roflmto:
 

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Hi Bryan

If they are like mine they are just standard 12v x 21w indicator/flasher lamps


PS

Bulbs go in the ground:roflmto: :roflmto:
Im trying to educate him Jim via PM, but he says he wants the lights to stay on and not flash:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
Geo

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hi bryan,

cross referenced it to a lucas 221 which is a standard single contact 12v 21w indicator bulb (i think)
try halfords :thumb:

john.
 

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Bulbs go in the ground:roflmto: :roflmto:

you nit-picking Jim,:ROFLMAO:

we all know if it goes in the ground its a bulb,
if its a load of garlic cloves its a bulb,
if it gives off light its a bulb,
if you're an anorack its a lamp,
and in some countries, its a GLOBE. no answer to that one.:Eeek:

if youre a sparky its a lamp,
if youre a mechanic its a bulb.
 
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scotjimland

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you nit-picking Jim,:ROFLMAO:

who... meeee .. nah.. pedantic maybe .. but BULBS go in the ground .. end of

If I had gone to the store as an apprentice and asked for a dozen bulbs I'd have been sent to the garden centre .. and had long weight .. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

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who... meeee .. nah.. pedantic maybe .. but BULBS go in the ground .. end of

If I had gone to the store as an apprentice and asked for a dozen bulbs I'd have been sent to the garden centre .. and had long weight .. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

But were you ever sent for a glass hammer?
A bag of rubber bolts?
A set of left-handed spanners?

Ah, the joys of apprenticeship! :Doh:
 

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None of you have picked up on the obvious
Uk bulbs/lamps/globes will give out European light:Sad:
Is this acceptable, or even suitable for an American RV:Doh:
Bryan I would be worried, very worried:whatthe:
Geo
 

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But were you ever sent for a glass hammer?
A bag of rubber bolts?
A set of left-handed spanners?

Ah, the joys of apprenticeship! :Doh:

Ohh yes, I have very fond memories, best days of my life ::bigsmile:

Tartan paint

Sky hooks

Long stands

Left handed screw driver

and a grumpy old storeman called .. Hinny Owny , (haven't any)
so called because it was his 'stock answer' when it was out of stock.. :roflmto:
 

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As Geo says - European lamps are a bit different - I mean will they dip to the left or right - even inside the RV?

Will they appreciate that they have to work on an American switch which is in the switched off position when compared to a European Van. Will you have to switch them off in order to switch them on? :Eeek:

I'd go for broke and change the RV instead - much easier.
 
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None of you have picked up on the obvious
Uk bulbs/lamps/globes will give out European light:Sad:
Is this acceptable, or even suitable for an American RV:Doh:
Bryan I would be worried, very worried:whatthe:
Geo

theres a bloke on ebay sells converters for european light.....

its a little sock you slip over the bulb/lamp/globe and it turns EU light into US light. (makes it a little dimmer:ROFLMAO:)

only works on a certain wavelength so it wont convert US to EU light.

so now you've all been enlightened. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

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Yeah, I heard about them too but I was told they made the lamp light bulb too hot so that they burnt out a lot quicker than normal.

Apparently it was a scam put forward by an electric company trying to get over the credit crunch!
 

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Nah, you got that wrong - it's the local flea-pit where they stopped showin movies yonks ago when they switched to bingo! Cor, what's he like, eh?
 

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And why are globes always spherical when everyone knows that the Earth is an oblate spheroid?
Just shows you how wrong you an be
I thought the earth was a rotationally symmetric ellipsoid having a polar axis shorter than the diameter of the equatorial circle whose plane bisects it, but hey some think its flat:Doh:
Geo
 

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