Looking for the bulb for the search light that came on our 45TF. I believe it was either a 1/2 mi or 1 mi Ray.

Also need to know the proper wattage of the 2 bulbs. I have a source looking and he needed the specs on the light/s.

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Would any of these help??  From our library links section

Spotlight/Searchlight Repair

  • L. B. Harvey in Miami We maintain the most complete inventory of ITT Jabsco searchlight replacement parts in the Western Hemisphere.
  • Iva-Lite http://www.ivalite.com/   Dick Sligh (dicksligh@ivalite.com ) recommended by Greg Beardmore

Spotlight bulbs

Hi Bryan:

GE976 - 12 Volt

I don't remember what I ended up buying for my boat a few years ago, but I saved this link. Not sure if it is helpful.

http://www.bulbtown.com/36_VOLT_LIGHT_BULBS_s/398.htm

For 12 volts you need BW976 or 1020, for a 32 volt system you need a 1238

Good Morning:

As per Charlene’s recommendation, definitely go to LB Harvey.  They have everything as to these lights and they also do lrepairs and refurbishing.  We as a major parts supplier use their services exclusively anytime we need anything for these Ray lights.  Be very sure about your voltage requirements.  Depending on the year of your TF you may have 32V, 24V or 12V.  Check and be sure.

Regards,

Jim Rivas

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