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Light bulbs for my new chandelier

Posted by Violet.West (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 9, 14 at 16:12

So, I bought a new chandelier. It says it takes 60 Watt Type B bulbs. So . .. . am I not going to be able to get bulbs for this in the future? Is there a substitute for the incandescent bulbs?

Maybe I need to return the chandelier (which I'd hate to do, because I love it.)

(confused)


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RE: Light bulbs for my new chandelier

There are led and cfl replacement bulbs available today from many places.

Here is a link that might be useful: Non incandescent type b


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RE: Light bulbs for my new chandelier

That link is not working for me. Try searching on eBay. I have found some satisfactory LED lamps there-- but some were not very good. Perhaps buy one and try it before buying the full needed quantity.
An 11 or 12 watt LED will approximate a 60 watt incandescent.


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