The patio light on my 1964
Globetrotter doesn't work correctly. I'm using an 1141 bulb in it (which works but I don't think it's the correct bulb as the nubs that hold it in don't correctly line up with the fitting) and the bulb is good. I tested the bulb on an interior light fixture and all is well.
The strange thing is that I believe I'm getting power to the light properly. When I put my meter on it, I'm getting correct voltage. Yet, when I have the bulb in the socket, the filament glows only a very faint orange. So, I know the bulb is getting power. Just not enough to serve as a light.
I've tried several different 1141 bulb's. All with the same result. The faint glow of the filament but not the bright white light expected.
Aside from replacing the entire light which I'm tempted to do, I thought I'd see if anyone had any ideas. I'm stumped.