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Router: 1991 Craftsman 1 1/2 hp, model # 315.174321
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Does Sears, or anyone, supply the replacement light bulb (Norson 12V15CP)?
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Tim..

does it look something like this?

EIKO 93 12V15CP BA15S $1.15 1.04A 12.8V S-8 SINGLE CONTACT BAYONETE BASE This is a BulbMatrix Value Replacement. (ALB-UPC: O24670)

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Router: 1991 Craftsman 1 1/2 hp, model # 315.174321
Question:
Does Sears, or anyone, supply the replacement light bulb (Norson 12V15CP)?
Thank you.
Hi Tim, welcome to our little corner of the 'net.

You can find that bulb in the automotive section as it is a DC bulb. I know, same thought I had when I went looking for one for me. There is a sympathetic winding in the coil on these routers that produces DC voltage to power this.

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Bill, it is similar, but with two contacts.
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Thanks Brian, I will look in automotive.
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I found it! Brian, you are right, it is an automotive bulb:
GE 1004/BP2 for dome light, trunk, etc.
Only $2.50 for a pair at Ace!
Thanks again.
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I found it! Brian, you are right, it is an automotive bulb:
GE 1004/BP2 for dome light, trunk, etc.
Only $2.50 for a pair at Ace!
Thanks again.
You're welcome Tim. Glad I could be of help. If you've got any other questions, don't hesitate to ask, SOMEONE here will know the answer.

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