Zing Ear ZE-301D 2-Light Cluster Socket Lamp Holder with ZE-109M

$29.95

  • Holds two small base light bulbs
  • Includes ZE-109M pull chain switch
  • Electrical Rating: 75W 125V
  • Chain length: 7 in
    Wire lead length: 6 in
  • UL listed in US and Canada
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Zing Ear ZE-301D with ZE-109m dual lamp holder is used in ceiling fans and ceiling light fixtures. This hanging lamp holder can hold up to two small-base (candelabra) light bulbs and is bundled with Zing Ear ZE-109M pull chain light switch. Eliminate the need for buying a new fan or light fixture, and fix yours today with a brand new ZE-301D light kit.

Zing Ear ZE-301D Specifications

  • Model number: ZE-301D+ZE-109M Lampholder
  • Holds up to 2 small base light bulbs
  • Light bulb socket size: Small or  candelabra base (E11 or E12)
  • Compatible with many ceiling fans including Harbor Breeze, Hunter, Hampton Bay, Westinghouse, Casablanca, etc.
  • Electrical rating: 125V 75W
  • Pull chain finish: Available in nickel, black nickel, brass, and antique brass
  • Includes 1/8 inch pipe thread mount bracket

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Weight 0.2 lbs

2 reviews for Zing Ear ZE-301D 2-Light Cluster Socket Lamp Holder with ZE-109M

  1. Kathy Way (verified owner)

    Worked with a rep to be sure I had the correct replacement switch. So nice and so accommodating! Thank you so much for your help! Have not yet installed but I am 99% sure it is the correct part. Buy from this company!. You won’t regret saving hundreds of dollars by not having to buy an entire ceiling fan, just the $30 part.

  2. Al (verified owner)

    The part is what I needed and easy to install. My ceiling fan lamp had only one bulb socket that worked…instead of buying a new ceiling fan, I thought to try replacing the part.

    So glad I did because I spent $30 on repairing vs $175 for a new fan.

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