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Old 08-06-2010, 03:46 PM   #1
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I have a European Chandelier. How can I use Amerrican candle bulbs which have smaller base?

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Pictures perhaps?

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An electrical supply house may have adapters that screw into the socket and you screw the lamp into the adapter. (stores like Home Depot probably don't.)

Otherwise you have to use a lamp that fits in the socket.
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Check with few bulb specalites places they will carry European bulb base on hand.

here one of them

http://www.bulbrite.com/products_en_...Base-Clear.php

That may help you due the European bulbs are E14 base while some use E12 base as well.

Hope that hlep you on this one.

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