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  • The LED RV Interior Light, # ILL31CB, runs off of a 12 volt DC system. It actually draws 0.107 amps at 12.8 volts. It will not work on a 110 volt AC system. This light is a surface mount light meaning the light will not be flush with the wall or ceiling once installed, it will stick out some. But part of the light from the mounting surface will need to be recessed into the wall. I would do at least 2 rows of 3 running the length of the trailer. A better option for a true surface...
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  • You should check out the part # AR51267. This is a very similar light that has a dimmer switch on it that allows you to control just how bright you want it to be. Check out the review video I attached for more info.
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  • I went out to the warehouse and pulled an RV Euro Style Interior Single Ceiling Light with Built-In Switch, # RVIL21, to determine how the lens is removed. There are 4 tabs, 1 at each corner, that hold the lens onto the base. You will want to squeeze in on the sides of the lens and pull back at the same time in the direction away from the switch. The lens will slide back allowing the tabs to clear the base and the lens can be removed giving you access to the bulb. I found the...
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  • The utility light # ILL24CB has 24 diodes so it will be on the bright side. Two of them will probably provide a decent amount of light but 3 would be better especially if light is essential. Attaching the lights to the ceiling using a high grade automotive type of double-sided tape would suffice. What I recommend is to use self-taping screws, like # 101131802, so you will not have to drill and then just seal the holes with a sealant like # L0150811. It would be best to attach...
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  • The Gustafson RV Reading Light # 277-000221 is not dimmable since it is meant specifically as a reading lamp that will need to be used at full light output all of the time. It has an on/off switch and comes with the 1383 incandescent bulb included. For a higher-efficiency LED-type reading lamp that uses much less power you might consider the Gustafson # 277-000334 which has the same satin/nickel finish.
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  • I went out into our warehouse and pulled an RV Euro Style Interior Double Ceiling Light # RVIL22 and was able to come up with a couple ways to remove the lens on this product. Check out the video I put together for you that shows the different ways you can remove the lens. The lens on this product is not super easy to remove, but if you apply force in the right directions it will come off. I also attached a review video for this product for you to check out also.
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  • Your outside lights are working because they are attached to the running light circuit on the vehicle. It sounds to me as if the 12 volt circuit in your connector is not wired properly or is not present. I would check the connector on the vehicle with a circuit tester, item # 3808 if needed, for a constant 12 volt circuit. If you find a 12 volt circuit in the vehicle side connector then you will need to figure out which circuit on the trailer connector goes to the inside lighting....
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  • LED light # 277-000132 produces 10 watts which for an LED is equivalent to about 600 lumens. That is raw output so the lens will diffuse it some. How much exactly is not certain but the amount of light after the lens will be less than 600 lumens.
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  • The lens on the RV Oval Porch and Utility Light # RVPL5A is held to the housing with some tabs on the lens that fit slots on the housing. To remove the lens you will need something thin and flat like a knife or small screwdriver to gently pry the lens free. The tabs on the lens are located at the top and bottom of the lens so to avoid breaking then start gently prying on the sides of the lens until you can see the tabs well enough to avoid them. The lens can be snapped right...
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  • I looked up the dimensions of your Liteco 179 interior light and the closest thing we have to it would be the part # ILL06COB which will be 11 inches by 4 inches. Your current light is 19-1/2 inches by 6-1/2 inches so this would be a bit smaller but the LED lights of this kit would provide a great deal of lighting.
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  • The coloring of the light that the # AR51267 emits is very white. I have a solution for you, but if your wife is sensitive to bright white lights the LEDs in this light would be too much for her. What you would need to do is replace the LEDs of this light with the Soft White 1141 LED part # AR50367 as this has a much warmer output. I attached a review video that shows the color that this light emits.
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  • It should not be too much trouble at all to replace the light in your trailer with a new one such as # 277-000114. If you take off the lenses you will see the mounting hardware. You will likely need to cut the wiring to completely free the light. I would cut it as close to the light as you can so that you have enough free wire to work with. It would probably be a good idea to disconnect the trailer battery prior to cutting the wiring to avoid getting a shock or shorting something...
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  • If your current dome lights only have one wire wired up that would indicate that it's grounding through the sheet metal roof of the trailer. All lights need a power and a ground and most likely the wire was taped to the roof (not ideal at all) or the lights were grounding through the mounting hardware and the second wires were for another function or a brighter illumination. The part # RVILL34 has a power and a ground wire. As long as you can provide both those circuit this...
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  • The # RVSL21 Scare light uses an 1156 replacement bulb that is widely available. We carry this bulb also, part # 30-90-156. These bulbs have two posts that slide into slots in the socket and then you turn the bulb approximately 1/4 to 1/2 turn to lock it into the socket. There should be 2 wires going to the bulb socket. One will attach to the bulb base for ground and the other will attach to the center of the base at the bottom for power to the bulb.
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  • I can help you with lighting up your enclosed snowmobile trailer. I would recommend the Optronics Opti-Brite # ILL08COB. This light produces 1400 Lumens so it would be very bright. The dimensions of the lens of this light are 4 by 16-1/2 inches. If you wanted more of a bar light I would recommend the Optronics Thinline Opti-Brite LED # ILL72CB, this light has 27 diodes and puts out 513 effective lumens. This light measures 21-7/8 inches long by 1 inch wide by 5/8 inches...
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  • The 6 watt LED light in RV ceiling light # 277-000330-331 can produce approximately 375 lumens.
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  • LED lighting will save you both power draw and heat build-up as you mentioned. There is a conversion bulb for Bargman light units like the # 30-76-123 or the # 30-76-223, so converting will require replacing the existing bulb with Starlights LED Wedge Base Lamp, # 277-000102. Each bulb will use 0.180 amps at a voltage range of 9-16V. This is a simple bulb replacement, remember that the bulb is polarity sensitive. If bulb fails to illuminate when first installed, rotate it 180...
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  • Six of the RV LED interior light # ILL31CB should provide adequate light for your trailer. More so than the incandescent bulbs in # 30-76-243. What I recommend though is to go with the LED 24 diode light # ILL24CB. The additional diodes will provide even more light than the 10 diodes in the light you referenced. I have linked a video review for you. The other option is to go with an LED flood light like # TLL48FB which has a 1200 lumen rating which would be like a vehicles...
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  • Good news, I can help pick out led lights for your livestock trailer. My favorite interior light that I would recommend for you is the part # ILL08COB. This light is super bright and since it uses LEDs instead of incandescent bulbs it hardly draws any amperage as well. Which means you can run it on either the auxiliary power circuit or the taillight circuit on your trailer without worrying about overloading the circuit. This style of light doesn't come with a switch on...
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  • The Optronics LED Rectangular Interior and Exterior Light, # ILL22CB, measures approximately 4.5 inches x 2.75 inches x 1 inch with an effective output of 810 lumens. I have attached an info sheet for you. I spoke with my contact at Optronics and they do not have a similar light available with a lumen range of 250 - 350. My recommendation would be to install the # ILL22CB and a rheostat. A rheostat adjusts the resistance, which reduces the amount of circuit that gets to the...
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