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11 hours ago, The Travelers said:

We'll pay for anything that will not blink.

You need to tell us more about the problem of blinking. What exactly are the existing light assemblies and what sort of LEDs are you using that blinks? Do the lights work fine with the original bulbs and what type of bulbs are they? Have you checked the 12V supply at the sockets?

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I’m wondering if the blinking is when they are off and when something like the water heater or furnace kick on they get a blink that is dim. 12 volt and led light. Someone explained it to me before but I couldn’t repeat it without getting it mixed up. Ours do it too but you can’t see it during the day it’s only when I’m awake at night and all the lights are off. Has something to do with the negative side and a higher power draw turning on. If they just replace the lights I would think they will still blink. 

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1 hour ago, jbh said:

Blinking leds are often caused by low voltage, so check that first.

And just as often by failed, poor quality ICs on the LED circuit board. We had to replace almost all of the LED ceiling puck lights in our rig early on due to blinking (voltage was fine per multimeter). I replaced the cheap OEM pucks with better quality ones and haven't had an issue since.

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i bought all  my LED "bulbs" from Amazon, yes they are cheap, a dozen will cost what 2 or 3 name brands cost.

I replaced every incandescent bulb ( 56) plus entire LED stop light fixtures, with an LED about 5 years ago, so far 2 have failed, but since i bought by the dozen i have plenty of spares in my onboard toolbox.

I seem to recall I spent a total of $93 to replace everything but headlamps. I don't drive at night so no reason to buy LED headlamps, the rear docking lights were not bright enough nor the correct color, making them useless, so I returned to the OEM headlamp bulbs in the rear docking lights.

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