Filament bulb to led replacement

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I'm replacing missing and blown filament bulbs with led's in this circuit (see attachment) the original bulbs are 12v and a mixture of 80ma and 40ma. I will be replacing with these leds from JK Components LE-DNW1-01W which have a limiting resistor on them already. Anyone see a reason this would not work?
 

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Before the "Led's strips" came out I had to illuminate the entire front of the NAD 4020 because it originally had a single lamp in the needle.
The only problem I can see in your case, is with respect to the consumption of so many lamps, the new Led's - load resistance included - should not have a higher consumption, which is unlikely.
I opted for an extra source for all the lamps because there was plenty of space and material available to assemble it.
 

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