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I had two fluorescent lights blow out this week, so I took them apart ....of course!So I put LED Tea Lights in Tea and Sake cups that my ...
Wearing gloves I removed the first Bulb, it came off really easy as if the glue had melted!
The second bulb took more .... ah.... "help". I was a little harder but gave under firm pulling.
Not bad, though the second one had a sharp edge were it broke a small peice off. This i filed with a diamond file.
I have both tea lights and flickering tea lights and found a tea cup that fit the Bulb.
I also had this nice cheap sting of AA powered blinky Xmas lights that gave a neat effect.
Now with the bulbs fitted to the cups and the lights installed time to test.
Very pleasing and simple! "Parts is Parts", as I like to say. Save your old stuff and Make someting new out of it! Happy Easter!
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