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Pioneer SG-9500 Equalizer Power Led Replacement?

Pioneer EQ needs a new power led light.
Can not find any anywhere. Pioneer part number AEL-063

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A generic LED will work just fine. Be sure to match polarity...accordianman

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Hi,It is not an led just looks like one from the outside,if you gently pull it out from the black rubber block you will see that is a 8volt incadescent at 50 milliamp rating,on ebay cheap!

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* I can't find your exact manual so I have to extrapolate features.

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