I have been googling "Microstar 410 led" all day and your thread from 2 years ago is the only evidence out there of someone having done this. I was thinkingphilyll
Hi Phil My Microstar IV was my first LED conversion. In that case, the lamp and its power supply don't really matter. It seems to have very efficient lightingrbuck777
Thanks for the info! I took a look at the parts diagram and it seems like a simple circuit. Like Mel said though, I just hope its not missing anything andphilyll
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