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Feit 4' Linkable LED Shop Lights on sale again. ($19.99 each in store or $39.99 on-line 2-Pack)

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Costco Feit LED 4 ft. shop light daylight 4000K Cool White - $19.99 B&M - In store Item #1226896
You can also order them online, but they are $39.99 PLUS $7.99 shipping for a 2 pack so a better deal if you can go to a warehouse.

https://www.costco.com/Feit-4'-Linkable-LED-Shop-Light-2-pack.product.100410429.html [costco.com]
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Thanks! I've been waiting to pick up a few more of these for the basement.
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do you know the in store item #?

ok it is 1226896
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Weren't these being cleared out a couple of months ago for like $10 to make room for a newer model? So are these the newer model then?
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Weren't these being cleared out a couple of months ago for like $10 to make room for a newer model? So are these the newer model then?
It looks like the newer lights put out 4000 lumens whereas the older lights put out 3700 lumens. It looks like they changed the color of the power cord as well.
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It looks like the newer lights put out 4000 lumens whereas the older lights put out 3700 lumens. It looks like they changed the color of the power cord as well.
Not only that, but they've changed the mounting system so that the new model uses a separate A-shaped wire hanger like a traditional shop light, instead of those limp little cables that hooked into the keyhole openings at the very ends.

On the previous model, the shape of the plastic keyhole opening and the s-hooks never really mated that well, and the single attachment point on each end less resistant to pivoting.

Moving the pivot point to the fulcrum of the hanger and having two attachment points to the fixture on each end should make them hang level more easily, and be more resistant to roll.

I have one of the older ones sitting in the garage that I hadn't gotten around to installing yet, so I may just return it in favor of the new model. The extra 300lm isn't a big difference, but helps the cause as well.
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In for... 4?
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Can i replace my current tube lights at home with these ?
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Can i replace my current tube lights at home with these ?
If your saying replace the fixture then yes which is cheaper then buying the lamps/ bulbs themselves.

If you are just putting then into a current fixture then you need to take the ballast/starter from the fixture straight wiring the fixture as the ballast will basically overwhelm the led with too much power and in a short time burn it out.

https://www.homepower.com/article...tubes-leds

If you are in the Boston/ New England area then Ocean State Job Lot store has a series of sizes for little money.
I have a closed single led lamp workshop fixture(4ft) which I paid 5 bucks for, cant remember if it was 4000 or 5000k.
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Stupid question...

I'd like to use this instead of the crappy bulbs in my garage door opener I'm thinking of getting 2 of those bulb socket to outlet adapters and then plugging these into each side of the Motorhead (R.I.P Lemmy)

Could that work? My garage ceiling has a header beam so being able to get one light on each side would be huggggge.
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Stupid question...

I'd like to use this instead of the crappy bulbs in my garage door opener I'm thinking of getting 2 of those bulb socket to outlet adapters and then plugging these into each side of the Motorhead (R.I.P Lemmy)

Could that work? My garage ceiling has a header beam so being able to get one light on each side would be huggggge.
That possibly depends on your Garage Door opener.

I'm not sure why, but apparently some do not react well to LED bulbs. I wouldn't believe this, but I had replaced the bulbs in one of my openers (a Chamberlain) and the next time we went to use it, the door would only open 6 inches and then close.

I checked all the safety switches and the limiters and all seemed fine. After doing a bunch of research online I found the same behavior on a Youtube video, and based on that, it seemed as though the RPM sensor had failed. I ordered a new sensor and waited for it to arrive.

However, while waiting, I continued researching and read somewhere how LED bulbs could screw with the garage door opener and not to use them. As a test, I removed the LED bulbs and put regular bulbs back in and suddenly the issue was gone. To make sure I wasn't crazy, I put the LED bulbs in and the door was failing again.

I had replaced the bulbs on a Saturday and it failed the first time my daughter tried to open it on Monday. I had not put 2 and 2 together until then. Since then I have used regular bulbs and still have the RPM sensor I ordered in case I ever need it. However, that was 14 months ago though, so I'm pretty sure it was the LED bulbs or the weirdest group of coincidences ever!

So I guess it all depends if your garage doors will accept LEDs. At least one of mine will not and I never tried the other after that (since they are both Chamberlain's)
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The 1-2 business day delivery is the same cost as the regular delivery when I just ordered two sets.

Edit to Add: They arrived next day by 10:00 am.
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If your saying replace the fixture then yes which is cheaper then buying the lamps/ bulbs themselves.

If you are just putting then into a current fixture then you need to take the ballast/starter from the fixture straight wiring the fixture as the ballast will basically overwhelm the led with too much power and in a short time burn it out.

https://www.homepower.com/article...tubes-leds

If you are in the Boston/ New England area then Ocean State Job Lot store has a series of sizes for little money.
I have a closed single led lamp workshop fixture(4ft) which I paid 5 bucks for, cant remember if it was 4000 or 5000k.
Cost had 4 feet led tube lights for 15.99 a pair , I was able to replace just the tube lights with those.
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That possibly depends on your Garage Door opener.

I'm not sure why, but apparently some do not react well to LED bulbs. I wouldn't believe this, but I had replaced the bulbs in one of my openers (a Chamberlain) and the next time we went to use it, the door would only open 6 inches and then close.

I checked all the safety switches and the limiters and all seemed fine. After doing a bunch of research online I found the same behavior on a Youtube video, and based on that, it seemed as though the RPM sensor had failed. I ordered a new sensor and waited for it to arrive.

However, while waiting, I continued researching and read somewhere how LED bulbs could screw with the garage door opener and not to use them. As a test, I removed the LED bulbs and put regular bulbs back in and suddenly the issue was gone. To make sure I wasn't crazy, I put the LED bulbs in and the door was failing again.

I had replaced the bulbs on a Saturday and it failed the first time my daughter tried to open it on Monday. I had not put 2 and 2 together until then. Since then I have used regular bulbs and still have the RPM sensor I ordered in case I ever need it. However, that was 14 months ago though, so I'm pretty sure it was the LED bulbs or the weirdest group of coincidences ever!

So I guess it all depends if your garage doors will accept LEDs. At least one of mine will not and I never tried the other after that (since they are both Chamberlain's)
Thanks! I have LED bulbs in there now, and no issues. I'm tempted to try it, since it is costco.

Though the wattage would be high, so 1/2 thinking of just sucking it up.
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