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Old 10-04-2013, 03:00 PM   #1
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What does your non-stock 120V light look like?

Hey fiberglass Team

I would love to see what your non-stock over the sink lighting looks like. I really don't care for that hideous fluorescent light that scamp uses.

Would love to see what you have replaced Yours with.

Post some photos if you can.

Looking forward to seeing some of the creative ideas

Thanks an happy Friday!!!
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Ours is not over the sink but besides the stove. Replaced with LEDs.

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Under modifications /Preparing a 1991 Scamp You"ll find a link to a source.
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Ours is not over the sink but besides the stove. Replaced with LEDs.

Under modifications /Preparing a 1991 Scamp You"ll find a link to a source.
Excellent. Thanks!!! 12v or 120 LED's?
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Old 10-04-2013, 07:13 PM   #4
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12V LED enclosed strip with a switch on one end. Don't know the wattage, but it's pretty bright. I want to add a small valance in front of it though to cut out the lamp glare from the diodes. Only noticable when sitting down and looking at the light.
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We also went to Leds this one is 120v.
It has a bright and dim setting, got it at Home Depot.
Was around 50 bucks maybe more not sure, liked it bought it.
We bought the 2 foot one ,they come shorter and longer.
Works great, the only down side to leds is they are so directonal.
For example they don't light up our closet like the floresent did.
But overall happy with them.
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Jimbo,
All our lights are 12 volt LEDs, no 110 vac LEDs.
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