was a bit of a mission but found it at an electrics shop in town ac electronics. its like * rand a globe.
its a massive task trying to get the LED out of the casing (the T shaped thing) and put the new one in but all worth the effort finally got the blue back. nice
I'm wondering abou the specs on the LED's that you got to replace yours with... I need to do the same thing. I was stupid and was re-wiring mine so that i could have my LED's and my main light on different power for a timer. In the process is left out one of the voltage regulators and blew my LED's. I just need to get two new LED's to replace mine with. My system is only about a month old. the LED's that are on it plug into a socket of sorts, so that all i need to do is get the correct LED's, unplug the old ones and plug in new ones. I just don't know exactly what i need to buy (specs on the LED's)
I got a replacement from a small electronics store in East London for R10.00. It is relatively standard it is a bright blue one. It must be soldered in and the bulb must face the right direction (positive and negative are NB) otherwise you will blow the globe