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toumbstone tester / ballast /wireing fault #171896
12/08/07 06:52 AM
12/08/07 06:52 AM
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rhiphi  Offline OP
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Groton NY
Years ago I worked for a company that had a set of testers that looked like ice cube relays. 1 for 2 pin ,1 for vho ,ho ect.Do any of you guys have any clue where I can find one I looked in the greenlee book
Thanks Phil

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Re: toumbstone tester / ballast /wireing fault [Re: rhiphi] #171902
12/08/07 10:20 AM
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I have one for HO lamps, it was badged as a "Universal" or "Magnatek". Too cold for me to go look this morning.


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