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LED bulbs for PSC 31-direct replacement w/ old fixtures?

I'm new to the LED world and have poked around the internet a bit but...
can anyone direct me to a direct replacement bulb for the PSC (31) cabin dome and swivel lights? I haven't been able to go down (snow) to the boat to see,
but I'm assuming the old style were bayonet types? They are very bright, so
I'm thinking they're probably Halogen. Thanks for any help you can give.
Hoping I don't have to replace and rewire all of the dome/swivel light fixtures.
Jim

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Re: LED bulbs for PSC 31-direct replacement w/ old fixtures?

Capt. I have a 1991 pacific seacraft 37, marinebeam.com. I replace the blubs in my boat from them . They were very helpfull. Even when i sent back some blubs i order wrong. Let me how it went with them.howard
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Re: LED bulbs for PSC 31-direct replacement w/ old fixtures?

thanks very much howard. I'm new to the LED "revolution" and couldn't get any straight answers from our local chandleries, although they're happy to sell new fixtures.
I'll see exactly what I've got bulb wise, this week and talk with marine beam.com
All excited to have our "new" boat but with winter finally here, may not get to really know her for awhile.
Cheers, Jim

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Re: LED bulbs for PSC 31-direct replacement w/ old fixtures?

I have replaced all mine with LED either from BeBe in Fuji ( just google them) or from Sailor's Solutions
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Re: LED bulbs for PSC 31-direct replacement w/ old fixtures?

Guys, thanks for the responses.
Aside from volts/amps is the base type (bayonet, etc.) the only info I need to start looking
for replacements online?
Did manage to winterize the engine and water system before gettin' mowed down by the virus though. Just never made it back to pull a bulb. Luckily on the mend for Christmas.
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Re: LED bulbs for PSC 31-direct replacement w/ old fixtures?

I've gotten many direct replcement LED lights from Lunasea http://www.lunasealighting.com/index.html
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