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Lamp behind front passenger seat.
We took out the old crystal lamp and wanted to replace it. Do you need a lamp that runs off dc current.

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Picture of lamp?
Jim
2002 U320

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Pretty much all the lamps are 12v wiring

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The only 110 volt light in my coach is the one over the dining table.  We recently replaced the two wall sconce lights in the living area.  The lamps my wife really liked were 110 volt, so I gutted them and converted them to 12 volt LED. 

If the...

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Thanks. I was thinking of that.

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The lamp does not care what voltage, it's finding a bulb for the base in lamp that matters.  Other have changed all the inside lights to new and more modern fixtures, and sourced the 12 volt bulbs that fit the new 120 lamp bases.

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We took out the old crystal lamp and wanted to replace it. Do you need a lamp that runs off dc current.

Yes that's a 12 volt lamp. I Roundup got not only getting rid of the lamp at the table to o....

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Quick way to convert is to use a 12 volt standard screw base bulb and wire the fixture to a 12 volt source.  Link for buying:

ANCOR Standard Screw-Base Bulbs | West Marine

Keith

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