Question about StarTech.com CCTUBEGN 12.5''TUBE Fluorescent Lamp Kit
How do I replace a fluorescent starter?
Posted by Anonymous on
Although newer fluorescent fixtures have built-in starters or no starters at all, most older lights have an easy-to-change, visible starter. It is a small, silvery cylinder that plugs into one of the tube holders. 1) Shut off the switch. 2) Remove the tube. 3) Give the starter a quarter-turn in a clockwise direction, and pull it out. 4) Plug in new starter, giving it a quarter turn counterclockwise. 5) Replace tube. 6) Turn the switch on.
Posted on Jan 18, 2006
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Counterclockwise to remove first then clockwise to reinstall. Are you sure your an expert?
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