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Old 4th March 2016, 01:53 AM   #1
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Default Teeny incandescent bulbs?

Per attached, need to find replacement bulbs for a mains switch - diameters of the metal body, and larger flange are 3.0mm, and 4.5mm respectively; length is 9.0mm.

Not sure what these incandescent bulbs are even called (subminiature?); any pointers/help much appreciated...

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need to find replacement bulbs for a mains switch
There should be a number printed on the bulb, is this it?
https://www.lightbulbs.com/product/e...FQcLaQod0FsAxg

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Bayonet bulb, small.
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They are 685 lamps, NOT SBC or Small Bayonet Cap as there are no Bayonet lugs.
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Thanks all - it's a 6839 - EiKO Global, LLC Products
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