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12V 75mA Incandescent Flashlight Bulb

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273-1143

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  • 12V, 50mA
  • T-1 bulb
  • 3.3mm bi-pin base
  • 0.12MSCP
  • Average life: 5,000 hours

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Product Summary

No need to be in the dark.

Package of two standard 12V 75mA incandescent flashlight bulbs. Use this replacement krypton lamp for standard, high-brightness in your flashlight that uses C- or D-cell batteries.

  • T-1 ¾ bulb
  • 5.8mm threaded (E-5) base
  • 0.50MSCP
  • Sold as package of two
  • Average life of 1,000 hours
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  • 12V 75mA T 13/4 Incandescent bulbs (2)
 

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  • Parts: 90 days
  • Labor: 90 days
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RadioShack12V 75mA Incandescent Flashlight Bulb
 
4.0

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        5.0

        Perfect fit for Lionel Engine lamp DT&I

        By Neil

        from Yorktown,NY

        Pros

        • Bright

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Lionel train engine

          Comments about RadioShack 12V 75mA Incandescent Flashlight Bulb:

          The Lee rd store had the exact bulb for this 40 year old Lionel train.

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          (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          2.0

          Description wrong

          By Ken

          from Corpus Christi, Texas

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                Comments about RadioShack 12V 75mA Incandescent Flashlight Bulb:

                Description said for E10 Socket. Needs E5.5.

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                5.0

                Replacement For EATC blower dial lamp

                By Len the man

                from Albany, Ny

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                Pros

                • Bright
                • Runs Cool

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Automotive
                  • General Lighting

                  Comments about RadioShack 12V 75mA Incandescent Flashlight Bulb:

                  Perfect size/brightness for the Ford Lincoln Mercury Blower Lamp in the EATC (Electronic Automatic Climate Control) units. This dial is on the right Side. These units are used in Explorers, Continentals, Town Car, etc. The other face lamps can be replaced with other radio shack tiny 12V bulbs, they require removing the old bulb from a tiny holder and threading in a new one.

                  The original bulb has to be pried out of the EATC near the blower wheel and cut out of a wire harness. It has a metal base with two wires and is retained in a socket.

                  For the Explorer - To remove the EATC... remove two screws under the radio, then remove the radio with a tool by inserting it into the side holes and pulling the tool toward the doors. Disconnect radio harness and set aside. Pull off entire bezel (clips hold it) with the vents and switches, let it rest diagonally where the radio goes in. Remove the 4 screws holding the EATC. Unclip the EATC face, there are 3 plastic tabs at the bottom that you can slightly bend. The face will pop off, go easy with it. Remove the old bulb and cut the wires.

                  This bulb needs small jumper wires to be soldered to the side and bottom terminal. After the soldering is done, wrap the threaded bulb base with a bit of quality electrical tape or heatshrink.

                  Now twist and solder the jumper wires back into the EATC harness, shrink or tape...and clip the bulb back in. You may have to spread the socket clips a tiny bit. Use the headlight switch to test your work. Be sure those two wires do not touch!

                  Note that even the expensive dealer bulb has to be soldered into the harness, they cost a fortune and take days to order.

                  The original bulb is speced at around 80mA judging by its resistance. This is very close to this bulb. There are other bulbs that radio shack sells that may also do the trick, but they may be a tad bit dimmer.

                  With labor and a factory bulb this job is close to a hundred bucks, you can really save this way!

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