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#180624 09/02/08 05:59 PM
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The light fixture has power, the lamps work and there is nothing at the lamp connectors. Is there any thing else I should check before I replace the ballast? It is kind of an emergency to me as it is the fixture over my desk.

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Presuming you have good connections and you are certain you have proper voltage then it sounds like a bad ballast.


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Yep, it was the ballast.


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