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Old 23rd Jun 2004, 4:24 pm   #1
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Default Bulbs for Trio R-1000 receiver

Ok I admit I can be a bit slow sometime, but did not realise that this receiver should have 3 lamps (having used it for years without any lights!!). Two lamps are Clear (Meter + Dial) and one is Green (Mode). Understand these are 12V Grain of Wheat types and come with leads and connector. I have the part number, but do not know if that helps. Any idea where I can get these.
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Old 23rd Jun 2004, 6:28 pm   #2
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Default Re: Bulbs for Trio R-1000 receiver

Maplin stock something which may be suitable.

Check stock number WQ13P??

These are clear bulbs, but if you need a green one you could use a green led with a 2.2 k resistor.
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