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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2007 5:35 pm 
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Allright guys I think I have my mine light fixed. Now can someone tell me what the bulbs I have are and recomend a good bulb for it. Also whre can I find the head # that I have. Really excited about coon hunting again. Have a new pup thats 5 minths old and the wekend after Christmas am picking up a 5 year old Plott Fem. The bulbs I have are a em 30 g Which seems to have a tighter beam and the other is a BM 30G, thanks guys

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IF YOU HAVE THE OLD WHEATLIGHT THE ONE THAT SLIDES ON CHARGER IT IS 5200 IF IT TWIST ONIT IS 5100 I ALWAYS USED BM30

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Thanks. It slides on so should be a 5200 then.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 9:46 pm 
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i attached a 5100 wheat head to a 6 volt nite lite battery(with strobe flicker rheostat cover) to make my own "hot lite". it works fine on the low side but doesn't light up the top filament of the BM30 bulb. anyone have any advice or have ever tried this before?


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showmecoon wrote:
i attached a 5100 wheat head to a 6 volt nite lite battery(with strobe flicker rheostat cover) to make my own "hot lite". it works fine on the low side but doesn't light up the top filament of the BM30 bulb. anyone have any advice or have ever tried this before?

you sure the high side is not burned out...i know stupid ? but you never know. if thats not it take the head apart and check your wires and the little chrome things the bulb makes contact with and the 2 lead looking peaces on the bottom of the bulb. i have had 1 of the chrome contacts get bent down and not make contact with one side of the bulb b4 and i do not know how it happened...hope this helps


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thank you, i will check that. i thoroughly inspected all 3 of the brand new bulbs i tried, so it is probably the contacts that you are talking about.


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what bulb is the best/brightest for a wheat light 5100 head on a 6v nite lite battery?

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