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we unplugged the aero garden to move to another room, when we plugged it in again the pump is running but the light didn't come back on. We check the lights and the connections and it still didn't go back on. Help Linda
You can do either, if you purchase a new seed kit you know the varities have been tested and grow in an AeroGarden. If you plant yourself, but sure to look for small or dwarf varities and lean toward water loving plants.
What problems did you have with your other herbs, not basil?
if you have 1 switch ! take the cabel wiv the yellow red black an green conect green to E earth , conect the to reds together that will feed the switch connect the black to the nutral on the light fiting and tape up the yellow not needed !,then take the cabel wiv only red and black , the red is connected to the other red as explaind above ,then the black is the return from the switch therfor connect it to the live tuminal on the light fiting MAKE SURE U TURN IT OFF AT THE FUSE BORD FIRST PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!
Is the timing wheel moving? It sounds like the low voltage side of the transformer is out. Have you tried turning the 'manual' switch on? If you unplug the box and take the bottom off, there may be a fuse, it might be worth a look. other wise you will need a new transformer box. Which one you say, Add up the lights, figure 18 watts per and do the math. (10 lights @ 18 watts ea =180 watts.) You would get at least a 200 watt transformer.
If it is wired correctly,the only thng left is the tomestones, the contacts that the bulb connects to. Try this ;switch the two wires from the one bulb at the ballast to the other bulb on the ballast. If the other bulb now lights then the new ballast is bad and need to be exchanged.
This is more than likely what has happened . I am going to guess that your original low voltage trasformer was a 120 volt .6KW. Or 600watt transformer that has one lead from it to the lights . The newer less expensive transformer is also 600 watts , but the new one may have 2 sets of wire terminals on the back( 4 screws ). If this is the case , you have a transformer that is 600 watts output but it has 2 seperate 300 watt outputs that won't run 600 watts from 1 set of output screws . You will have to seperate the lighting load and may have to run an additional low voltage wire to half of your lights . In other words . Put 300 watts of light on 1 set of 12volt output screws and 300 watts on the other se of output screws .that will solve your issue . Good luck and enjoy your lights again . John