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Contact the seller or the manufacturer, they are supposed to last a lot longer than that. I did read from other reviewers that they had problems being used in enclosed light fixtures, that they burned out quickly. Mine is used in an open, recessed (can) light fixture in the ceiling. Some also tried using it for a fixtu… see more Contact the seller or the manufacturer, they are supposed to last a lot longer than that. I did read from other reviewers that they had problems being used in enclosed light fixtures, that they burned out quickly. Mine is used in an open, recessed (can) light fixture in the ceiling. Some also tried using it for a fixture that had a dimmer switch and this is not made for that, and theirs burned out as well. I hope I helped. Mine has been in for over 5 months, hopefully I won't have to eat my words. see less Contact the seller or the manufacturer, they are supposed to last a lot longer than that. I did read from other reviewers that they had problems being used in enclosed light fixtures, that they burned out quickly. Mine is used in an open, recessed (can) light fixture in the ceiling. Some also tried using it for a fixture that had a dimmer switch and this is not made for that, and theirs burned out as well. I hope I helped. Mine has been in for over 5 months, hopefully I won't have to eat my words.
By Dog Mom on May 1, 2014
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No. The answers above are incorrect. The box clearly says you should use them only in dry locations and only in "open" fixtures. Other bulbs are tested and rated for use outdoors, including the Switch and the Xledia which I reviewed. Both those bulbs and the Feit, which I haven't tried yet, are also rated for enclosed … see more No. The answers above are incorrect. The box clearly says you should use them only in dry locations and only in "open" fixtures. Other bulbs are tested and rated for use outdoors, including the Switch and the Xledia which I reviewed. Both those bulbs and the Feit, which I haven't tried yet, are also rated for enclosed fixtures. The bulbs that are billed for this purpose have special cooling systems that remove the heat from the electronic components to prevent them from overheating, see less No. The answers above are incorrect. The box clearly says you should use them only in dry locations and only in "open" fixtures. Other bulbs are tested and rated for use outdoors, including the Switch and the Xledia which I reviewed. Both those bulbs and the Feit, which I haven't tried yet, are also rated for enclosed fixtures. The bulbs that are billed for this purpose have special cooling systems that remove the heat from the electronic components to prevent them from overheating,
By EJ on June 4, 2013
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When I hit the switch, there is a fraction of a second lag before they all come on in unison, but they don't need to warm up like CFLs. They start out bright, and I doubt they are impacted by a cold room like fluorescents are.
By C. D. Mckinnis on November 6, 2012
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I believe 9W: http://www.g7power.com/A21-LED-Light-Bulb-900-Lumen.html
By Tim Mccormack on December 1, 2012
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My bulbs takes 9Watts for power to produce 900 lumens of light; that's equivalent to a 65 watts light bulb. I am not sure of the brand, but I think they're G7.
By JR on February 15, 2013
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One bulb
By ccgds on March 11, 2014
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Not sure - I would think so as long as it is off/on rather than a dimmer circuit.
By Kathy&David on August 5, 2013
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not sure however Ive already had three go bad
By Raymond J. Wimberg on December 21, 2013
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These bulbs are only a tiny bit longer than a traditional A19 bulb. Try a regular 60 Watt A19 bulb, if it fits and works, this should be fine. It only uses 8 watts, so you'll be fine there.
By Jeff on April 6, 2014
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Yes, I am using these both inside and outside. Obviously needs to be in an approved outdoor fixture. These are better than CFL's outside, especially in cold weather, as they are instantly at full brightness without any warm-up period.
By DBCampbell2 on September 5, 2013