Yes, but it v-e-r-y fiddly: you need to work out the correct resistor for
each one, and solder much thinner wires to fit the bulb base. Further, the
LED light is quite directional, not unidirectional like the bulb. Pay the
some of those "grain of wheat" bulbs are the size of a piece of rice and
few if any LEDs are that small,and then you have to add a resistor to limit
current. red LEDs drop about 1.8v,white LEDs drop ~3.5v,amber LEDs
IIRC,~2.2V. Current runs around 15-20ma,MAX.
3mm LEDs -might- fit,*if you have the space*. Also,LEDs emit axially,not
radially,so the LED has to stand up,not lay on it's side like lamps are
some surface mount LEDs might work,too.
This is definitely a project where you have to know what you're doing.
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