How many forum members does it takes to change a light bulb?


#121

…and it’s not even November 5th :slight_smile:


#122

these new bulbs seem to last some time now …


#123

That’s the power of these new-fangled LEDs Malk :smiley:


#124

I been thinking that these new fangled LED’s are not in keeping with our fiery phoenix therefore without consent, I swapped out the LED for a classic short life Halogen. :tiphat:

They don’t last long so I have left a box of spares in cell 3 store room with the left over fireworks.

P.S. don’t remember this skeleton down in cell 2 and the old Pentium II 233mhz… still it seems to be working plugged in and doing something :shifty:


#125

there were left over fireworks - don’t believe you :confused:


#126

Just doing a Glass and perspex check - lightbulb still intact and undamaged, places a Tick in the book :slight_smile:


#127

Did you check to see if the bulb is now a energy efficient, and if not did we ever determine how many TPR members it would take. Inquiring minds want to know.


#128

Think its LED now

Sarge


#129

Thanks Sarge! Glad to know you guts are staying on top of things. ~smiles~


#130

My Guts ?


#131

LMAO. should have been “guys”, but at first I made a typo and said, you “gays”, but I fixed that. . . Gee still typo queen and going to leave it for the laugh.


#132

No No no I removed the Led as it was not in keeping wth the fire :fire: of the Phoenix it was only appropriate that it could burn out :blush: but I left a box of spares in Cell 3. It’s more a cosy orange tint not the bluish bright it is a dungeon end of the day :blush:


#133

Good move! A nice 3000K is just the warm glow of a fire. Glad you stayed around to keep things in order.