I have, kicking around, an indicator that the Ted Weber guys ship along with their British series kits, I think this is from a 6M18. I would like to use it for it's small footprint in a build but the indicator is very clearly marked 6VDC and appears to be a current limiting resistor and an LED. Oddly enough there is no anode and cathode labeled on the lamp. The diagrams of all these kits show the 6.3VAC going directly to the indicator... I really don't want want to build a bridge rectifier board just for the indicator. It will be fine with the AC direct, right?