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Old 04-25-2008, 06:33 PM   #1
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I am about to order a Murray Feiss 6 light vanity fixture. It calls for 6 E light bulbs, 100 watt. What is a E bulb? 600 watts of light sure is alot. Do E bulbs come in different wattage? Help!

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I think thats the size of the bulb OR on a wild hunch maybe those Energy saving bulbs. Is this your light?

http://www.studentmarket.com/asp/sho...U2648#Insights

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That's it. I suppose I could just go to a local lighting store and ask them.
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Yeah i looked around on that site as well as google etc. the energy thing is all I came up with. I have some of those E lights, thats why I was thinking thats what they could be. But then why would the light ONLY take those. Would not sell very many.

Post back when you find out what they are if you don't mind. I'm curious

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Maybe these?????
http://www.lightbulbsdirect.com/page.../MR16100E26120
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lol yeah I would have to agree. Now we both know
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I am about to order a Murray Feiss 6 light vanity fixture. It calls for 6 E light bulbs, 100 watt. What is a E bulb? 600 watts of light sure is alot. Do E bulbs come in different wattage? Help!
E lamps are a halogen lamp. An E26 (medium screw base) comes in 35, 50, 75, and 100 watt.

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