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    Attached are puck lights I use for my lithos, Lowes in my area does not carry these any more. If anybody would like to look around your area stores to see if they still have them in stock it would be a great help to me.
    Thanks in advance. Drop me a PM if you find any. I also checked EBay, Amazon did not find any either.
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    This was the last place I got my puck lights. Came from this forum some time ago. Good lights.
    https://www.jacobsparts.com/cat/LED_...g/Puck_Lights/

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    These seem the same as jacobs parts but half the price. http://www.ebay.com/itm/ABI-3W-LED-P...QAAOSwtfhYpNCv

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    Is there a heat problem since the litho is enclosed and only a inch or two away from the light
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    "The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of
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    At only 3 watts, I would not think it can get very hot.

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    When using LED's I have had no problem with heat.

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    That is one of the nice things about led lighting is the lack of heat. Led lighting never should get so hot you can't touch it. I have it on steady here at the house and use it in many projects. The heat is so low you can use hot melt glue to secure the lighting and it hold great.

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    Thanks for the heads up , the ABI looks like a good replacement and at a better price. I did find a seller on EBay for the Utillitech puck light. Just one other question, did the ABI have some sort of switch to control it? I read up on it on EBay and did not see the switch. I will try to contact the seller to make sure.
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    I do not believe these come with switches, I do not use puck lights. I do use these switches on led lights.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/5x-Inline-ON...AAAOSw4CFYo82V

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    Quote Originally Posted by myshop1044 View Post
    Attached are puck lights I use for my lithos, Lowes in my area does not carry these any more. If anybody would like to look around your area stores to see if they still have them in stock it would be a great help to me.
    Thanks in advance. Drop me a PM if you find any. I also checked EBay, Amazon did not find any either.
    Perry B
    Hi Perry,

    I looked online and cannot find that model anymore. I'll check my local Lowes next time I go in. Dang. Those were my favorite puck light for the rotary lithos. I loved the touch-control dimming and on/off feature. What a shame - it appears the company has discontinued a great product. I always felt they cost $4 or $5 too much, but could't find a comparably featured product anywhere else.
    Michael T
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