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No idea
But a good price even though 1 was not working

By Heena Patel on 30 September 2014
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50 mm
By Kevin Kellow on 05 December 2015
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As far as I know they are 38 degree.
By Brian & Otis on 01 October 2014
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This is what you need to check...looking at the old bulb:-
1. Does it have two straight pins, about the thickness of say three pins sticking out of the bottom, if so then its an M16...12 volt bulb.
2. If not but it has two little pillars, about the thickness of a fat pencil lead and on the top of each one is like a li… see more
This is what you need to check...looking at the old bulb:-
1. Does it have two straight pins, about the thickness of say three pins sticking out of the bottom, if so then its an M16...12 volt bulb.
2. If not but it has two little pillars, about the thickness of a fat pencil lead and on the top of each one is like a little hat, about twice the diameter of the pillar then it's a GU10, 240V mains powered bulb.
Having established which type of bulb you now just have to find the correct wattage. This should be written somewhere on the bulb, if not on the holder on the tree or even in the instructions.
M16 (12 volt) bulbs typically come in 20 and 50 watt .
GU10 (Mains) typically come in 38 and 50 watt.
To avoid damage to the tree's fibre optic pipe I would suggest you go for the lowest wattage.
Hope this helps.
John :-) see less

By Sailorjohn on 27 October 2014
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