Our dinette light globes keep coming loose and it's a pain to reattach them and so I'm considering replacing the light. I am wondering if anyone had replaced theirs or had a source for 12 volt lights. In lieu of that, what about Blue Locktite to keep them from coming loose?
Also, how does one remove these bulbs for replacement? If they pull out, my hand certainly won't fit in the globe to do so.
Generally they are bayonet lamp bulbs. You push in and twist. I have some lamps that are so tight that you can only change the bulb by removing the shade. So, I changed the bulbs with LEDs that don’t need changed often.
There are zillions of RV lamp choices to replace the lamp if you wish.
Put a little clear silicone on the threads and screw them in, once that dries they'll neither rattle or come loose. To change lamps you normally would use a small suction cup that comes with the fixture but not hard to obtain if you don't have one. That fixture is not too handsome IMHO and you may just find it easier to change to a different one.
2011 Winnebago Via 25Q on 2010 Sprinter Chassis
OP here. A quick update, I pulled the light from the ceiling (of the dinette) and there was enough wire to set it on the table. I haven't decided whether I'm going to take it apart there, or disconnect it and work on it at home. I'll make another post once it's wrapped up.
I did look for other replacement lights but just didn't see any that I liked better.