What's it called

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  1. Count

    Count Friend of Leo's

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    Has anyone ever come across one of these? It is the power indicator "bulb" from a chinese made amplifier. It is marked as 6.3V and I am assuming that it is also 15ma like a conventional bulb. I have not a clue what the proper nomenclature is for this thing and I am assuming that it is possible to replace it with a conventional bulb. IMG_0544 2.JPG
     
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    Maybe 'pilot light'
     
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    A thingamagig bulb???
     
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    Your close with the first link Diytelecaster, definitely a multi chip LED. All I have to do now is find a 6.3V one.
     
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    That’s the one, thanks.
     
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