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Old 10-30-2006, 02:04 PM   #1
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lunar lights?

I have been looking at PC lights ( just for a FOWLR, nothing fancy) and it has a "integrated" lunar light, but everywere I see lunar lights, I dont see replacment bulbs? are they solar powered?
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They are just LEDs, I believe. They should have replacements on the website you bought them from, or at least from the manufaturer. That is a good question, and I have never thought about replacing the! LOL!
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LED's last FOREVER!!!!
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LED's last FOREVER!!!!
Well... not quite forever, but they will probably outlive the fixture itself.

LEDs aren't "bulbs" so they don't burn-out like a bulb does.
If yours isn't working it's probably due to a broken wire or a bad DC converter.
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awesome! I dont have one YET.... hopefully by the end of the week though!
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