[Jukebox-list] AMi I dome glass and flourescent lighting.
jrr at flippers.com
Sun Jul 9 10:49:30 PDT 2000
Your ballast has shorted out. I have found that when approaching an unknown
ballast that if you measure the voltage across the two bulb sockets and it
is about 5- 10% HIGHER than your line voltage, then the ballast is OK. This
avoids blowing up valuable or hard to replace flourescent tubes. EG, for
115VAC line you would see 120VAC or more, and for 220VAC you would see
230VAC or higher. If the voltage is the same as line, then the ballast has
failed. Ballasts also read about 10 to 15 ohms resistance, but this test is
not as conclusive.
At 01:57 AM 7/9/00, Don Kasbohm wrote:
>I just managed to sucessfully transplant a dome glass from a pink 120
>selection into my green 200 selection frame. I had originally just planned
>to swap the trim and title holders, but my frame was in much better shape,
>and dissassembling the frames proved to be nowhere as difficult as I had
>My machine was missing the "multi-horn hi fidelity" thingamabob when I
>aquired it. I am now regretting doing all this other stuff before ordering
>this piece and replacing it whilst everything else was already apart. Is
>there an easy way to remove the green glass "bubble" on the top and get
>inside to repalce this piece w/o having to take half the frame apart again?
>Also, I decided to try and test the dome light just to make sure that I
>had it put back together again properly. But when I plugged it in, the
>lamp flashed like it was a camera, and then the bulb was toast. I repeated
>this three times with the same results (It sure is nice to be doing
>something like this at work with a whole case of F20's handy when
>something like this happens!). What's wrong here??
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