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In Part 5 of our LED Your RV series, we’re replacing our RV’s docking and patio lights with cool, bright, low-power LEDs. We’re also excited to announce our newest RVgeeks Contest! On September 15, 2014 at 8pm Pacific Time, one lucky RVgeeks viewer will win a $250 Online Shopping Certificate to M4 Products, our favorite LED lighting supplier, which they can use to outfit their RV with brand new LEDs!

M4 is also offering a special discount for RVgeeks viewers. Visit their website at and enter the Discount Code “RVGEEKS5” at checkout to receive a 5% discount on your entire order!

Watch the video for details, then enter for your chance to win!


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By definition, “boondocking” means there’s no external source of electricity for your RV. But camping off the grid often means there’s no external source of outdoor light either. If you need light outside your RV at night, you’ll need to provide it yourself, at a time when you’re least likely to have power to spare.

We’ve been upgrading our RV’s interior lights to LEDs, but we also want plenty of exterior light available, while using as little power as possible. That means upgrading our incandescent patio and docking lights to LEDs, which are much brighter, but use only 1/4 to 1/6 the power. This video will show you how easy it is.

If you’ve seen our previous videos in this series, you know we’re big fans of M4 Products. Being a fellow RVer, Steve (M4’s owner) is incredibly knowledgeable about LED applications for RVs, and the quality of his products is obvious. We’ve looked at, and tried, our fair share of LED bulbs, and M4’s are the best quality and best value we’ve found so far.

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Be sure to enter the contest, and good luck!

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Out of nearly 2,000 entries, a very hearty congratulations to Ginger Z. from Texas, who’s won a $250 Online Shopping Certificate to M4 Products. Ginger is the proud owner of a vintage 1983 Airstream. She purchased her trailer about a year ago and performed a complete restoration all by herself (with her husband helping with some of the heavy lifting). She did such a great job that her rig won the Silver Award at the International Airstream Rally in Gillette, WY this past June! How awesome that such a capable RVer won the contest, since DIY is what our videos are all about. Ginger is looking forward to adding M4 LEDs to her beautiful rig.

Thanks to everyone who entered. If you didn’t win, but still want some awesome new LEDs, be sure to take advantage of the Discount Code “RVgeeks5″ when checking out at M4 Products and you’ll get a 5% discount on your entire order. We hope that will be some consolation and thanks to everyone who entered!

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Click Here To Enter For Your Chance To Win!
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Even though we're handy RVers, we're not professional technicians. So although we're happy with the techniques and products we use, you should be sure to confirm that all methods and materials are compatible with your equipment and abilities. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you're unsure about working on your RV. Any task you perform or product you purchase based on any information we provide is strictly at your own risk.

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