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PostSubject: Pilot lights   January 15th 2013, 1:38 pm

Here is a pilot light tip- also useful for night lights:

I needed a 117V pilot light, like a 6S6 for a project.
Nor having one, I was able to use a Christmas tree bulb or night light bulb- They use the same size sockets, and you can have whatever color bulb for your project you want without a special colored lens.
Not only that-- But the Xmas tree lights are WAY less costly than the 6S6 or night light bulbs. I find them locally here around Xmas time for .07-.10 ea. At a garage sale I'd expect to fine them in a string of of 30-50 or so for under 3.00 - Thats around here.
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