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    Just wondered if anybody knows where we can get a new awning light like this one 5D0D44D4-62DA-40CA-8C12-11B597AF52A7.jpg

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    Sorry can't help with that particular version.

    But I would be tempted to replace it with an LED version like this;

    SUPER BRIGHT AWNING LED LIGHT LAMP MOTORHOME CARAVAN LED LOW POWER HIGH OUTPUT | eBay
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    Or can you just remove inside and fit led's? If the housing is okay that is
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    Oops sorry!

    I put the wrong link in!

    Now edited and corrected.
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    That looks like a Labcraft FX21. FWIW, I have the same issue. The tube has failed on mine and I can't find a replacement. However, I'm going to remove the guts from the light unit and replace it with some LEDs fed by a voltage stabiliiser. A 3-emitter, SMD5730 module requires a forward voltage between 9.3v and 12v (3.1v - 4.0v per emitter) and produces 50 lumens per emitter. Each emitter absorbs 0.5W and so two of these modules will give 300 lumens for 3W of power. LED modules and voltage stabilisers are readily available on both Amazon and Ebay. I've decided to fit a voltage stabiliser as the system voltage can go up to almost 14V and can go down to about 11V with the pump running and the leisure battery half discharged. HTH, Geoff

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    mine is like that and it was just a bulb not tubes plenty of simalar on ebay if you want a new one

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    Very similar on Page 84 of the Cak tanks catalogue.
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    Apparently itís nit just the bulb thatís gone, itís the workings inside. Like the idea of the led one, so will see how the size compares as donít want marks showing in the motorhome after changing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robmac View Post
    Sorry can't help with that particular version.

    But I would be tempted to replace it with an LED version like this;

    SUPER BRIGHT AWNING LED LIGHT LAMP MOTORHOME CARAVAN LED LOW POWER HIGH OUTPUT | eBay
    Just what I need Rob.
    I have a 4m row of 5050 leds attached to the underside of my wind out awning, which are very bright and can virtually light up the campsite (if one is being used), but my light by the hab door needs revamping (again), as it had already been upgraded to led, but this one you have linked will look more professional... thanks.
    I will let you know how I get on with it.
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