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Old 02-15-2016, 12:28 PM   #1
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looking for a LED E17 Bulb


I am trying to find a LED bulb , E17 base, for my microwave light over my stove that is just white. I managed to get a 3000-3200K (too yellow) one and a 6500-7000K (too blue) one. Can anyone direct me toward a source that has the 4000-4500K bulb? I am mostly looking on Amazon so that could be my problem.
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Without knowing the size and shape of the bulb and the wattage or lumens, we can't be sure where you can find it.

So, the best i can say at this point would be try 1000Bulbs.com.
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It would have to be 2 inches or less in length and the rating is 40w 110V. Oh, and skinny I guess.

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From your description I am guessing that it is either a T7 or T8 bulb.

I don't know where you will find one meeting all of your needs. Most of the LEDs are either 3500k and below, or 5000k and above.

Most also are 25-30w (300 lumens) or less. 40w is up in the 400+ lumen range.

The other criteria is dimmable or not. Some of the OTR microwaves that use these bulbs have two light levels. The lower light level (sometimes called a night light) is achieved by dimming the incandescent bulb.

So, I don't think I can help you find exactly what you are looking for.
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