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    Default Where to purchase miniature light bulbs for T+ dash board

    Anyone know where I can purchase these small bulbs ? Someone already had the same idea and took the remaining good ones from the other less used buttons.
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    If you post a picture of a bulb, and give dimensions as well as any writing or text that you find on it, I can tell you where to get them.

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    OK great will do here it is ! FEDC5V60mA
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    nothing to add;-)

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    What is the diameter of the metal base, the diameter of the rim, and the overall length?

    Also, what colors do you need?

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    looks like midget flange base, but I can;t be sure without measurements.

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    Midget Flanged Based LED, T1-3/4 (5mm) Miniature Lamp |

    If you are unsure of polarity(whether they take positive or negative voltage to the center contact), you could try to measure the voltage on the machine, or go with the non-polarized option.

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    OK great thanks I'll pull it out again tomorrow and get you some dimensions !


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