|Fig.1 Old burnt light|
Supplies and Tools:
T12 cool white fluorescent tubes 34 watt, 48 inch set
Mrs. Yang Lu called my repair service to troubleshoot her garage lights. She was a referral from another client.
This post shows the five steps to replacing two fluorescent tubes in her garage wall light fixture.
Step 1: Above right fig.1 shows the burned out garage wall fixture.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the tubes were burned out. A dark black edge on one side of the lamp was visible.
|Fig.2 Edge of lamp burned out|
|Fig.3 End of connectors|
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