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MTD LED replacement for incandescent bulb

I have a 2013 24" Troy Bilt snow blower with an incandescent bulb. In my research looking for an LED replacement I came across a LED direct replacement from MTD. P/N. 925-06095. Got it for just under $30.

http://support.mtdproducts.com/app/a...-standard-bulb





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googling the manufacturer name on the back sent me to this.
https://www.optoelectronix.com/produ...1000-LC-Series
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I got it installed. It is a direct replacement for the bulb holder. I haven't had a chance to start up the blower (it's raining on Long Island).



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googling the manufacturer name on the back sent me to this.

https://www.optoelectronix.com/produ...1000-LC-Series


According to the data sheet it's 2 watts, 100 Lumens and 6000K color


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Now if they made one for the older Ariens I'd be a happy camper, did some searching but didn't find a lot.

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Now if they made one for the older Ariens I'd be a happy camper, did some searching but didn't find a lot.
Looks like you'll just have to buy a new machine!
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Looks like you'll just have to buy a new machine!
New brand, I already have at least 5 brands ATM, Between parts machines and projects and my own I'll Have 11 by tomorrow lol I need help.... profesional help lol

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Did you ever test this out? How is it compared to the stock incandescent bulb?
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New brand, I already have at least 5 brands ATM, Between parts machines and projects and my own I'll Have 11 by tomorrow lol I need help.... profesional help lol
Only 11?
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Looks pretty good, let us know how it performs. I'm all for simple fixes.

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