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I need a display bulb for a yahama rx- v850 av reciever

Does anybody know where i can find one?i think the reciever is 15 yrs old.

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    Scott Frye May 11, 2010

    Hi...
    IF you can get me a picture of the bulb I can help.
    Thanks


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The display bulb is a 14 volt bead style lamp about 0.150 inches wide with wire leads. You'll need to cut the old bulb off the two -pin cable assby and wire the new lamp into the existing wires.

partsexpress.com
mcmelectronics.com
or
studiossoundelectronics.com should have lamps for that

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