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Light Globes My appartment has lots of light globes with the following markings: EXN GE 50W 12V USA 32 Are replacement globes available in Melbourne Australia ? Helen Loyall hmloyall@loyall.com.au

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You have 12 volt globes that are 50 watts power. Check out a home improvement store/lighting store for a replacement.

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primary solutionto the problem, without adding cost of re-wiring will be change globes (50w) to these of lower wattage, say 40w or even less and this will protect transformers from blowing up.

another solution will be to what is load on the transformer, it must be at least 20% greater than combined light supported. if it is not, then duiring power fluctuation it can, and will be burn out.

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