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  1. Thanks so much for sharing! I really like your article because it gave me much useful information about the LED light bulbs.

  2. Hi there, thanks for all the informations. So if i understand well, if my existing ugly light fixtures are 12 V and i want to replace them, i can use any light fixtures i want, even if it is 120V, as long as i put a 12v bulb in the fixture ? And i can also put a 12V LED Bulb ?
    Thanks a lot

  3. How did you affix the boho light fixture to the ceiling? I have the exact lights and need creative ideas to “prettify” them! Also I have carpet ceilings. They don’t look bad but wonder how to affix diy fixtures.

    Thanks!

    1. Naomi, I made them myself and used double adhesive tape (heavy duty) to tape it around the light fixture. If you don’t use heavy items it works well and sticks to the plastic.

  4. There are step by step to change RV interior light bulbs. Step 1: turn off the light. Step 2: remove the light exterior. Step 3: take out the old light bulb. Step 4: insert the new light bulb. Step 5: test the new light. Hope this is useful for someone.

  5. Hi! What about replacing lights that have a built in switch? I can only find one decent light fixture that has the switch on it- do you add wall switches?

    1. Hi Lillie, if you can’t find a light fixture with a switch you like (I have some links in my article), you can actually add a switch yourself. There are great how-to-do videos on youtube, it is pretty easy to do.

  6. Hi. I am going to replace my light fixtures in my camper and a lot of the lights I am looking at on amazon are 120volt. It this still okay to use? Or do I need to specifically find 12volt light fixtures? Thank you!

    1. Hi Melissa, you can use regular light fixtures but you have to use 12 V bulbs. There are also lots of videos on youtube to see how to install new lights. Also use an electrician to be sure everything is wired right.

  7. Thank for your useful information. But I want to know how to replace RV light bulbs if it’s broken. Thank again!

    1. Hi Natalie, thank you for commenting. I just googled how to take out a broken light bulb and there is an easy to follow youtube video you could watch. It never happened to me before. Maybe you want to watch this to be sure you do it the right way. But whatever you do, shut off the circuit breaker or unplug the lamp. Good luck.

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