Wurlitzer 1015 CD 50 disk - florescent bulbs change
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I need to change the florescent light bulb that goes up and down on the
left side and can not figure out how to get it out. The manual says nothing
about changing the bulbs. I did change the fuse and all other bulbs that were
Do you have instructions on how to change the fluorescent lights?
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Re: Wurlitzer 1015 CD 50 disk - florescent bulbs change
You have to rotate the tube 90 degrees until you hear a click, then it pulls straight out of the sockets at the top and bottom (towards you). In order to grip the tube Wurlitzer put a black plastic cap on the end of the tubes with a bit sticking out for you to get hold of. On models where the colour cylinder is flexable you can actually squeeze it in the middle and grab the tube that way.
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We are being sold on the idea of florescent lights saving money. Please consider that these bulbs use a much lower amount of power while they are on. Also, be aware that they will "burn" for a longer period (on average) than other illumination types (excluding LED lamps). HOWEVER, it is critical to your pocket book... to be aware of the following :
1. FLORESCENT lamps cost 5 to 10 times the price of an incandescent lamp.
2. ON-OFF cycles reduce the operating life dramatically (for example, a garage door opener that comes on/off several times a day and stays on for only a short period of time will NEVER result in a savings to you). Please use these lamps ONLY in fixtures that are left on for at least several hours each day.
3. The environmental impact of a florescent bulb is dramatically greater than any other lighting device.
4. The longivity claims of the bulb manufacturer are not worth the ink that those claims are made of. If you doubt this, ask the retailer if you can return the failed bulb if you get less than 5,000 hours of life (ha ha).
If you have separate bulbs for the low and high beams(4 light system), if you pull the turn signal and hold it, all 4 lights will stay on until you release the turn signal. You need to replace the bright bulb on the right side and the low bulb on the left side. If your headlights only have one bulb on each side, then you will have to replace both of them to get everything to work.
The Leviton 6681 is a push-button rotary-type incandescent dimmer with 600Watt capacity
If you have incandescent bulbs, the dimmer should work. If the dimmer has different color wires, try reversing the wires. If the dimmer replaced a 3-way switch, then this is not the right dimmer. If you have compact florescent bulbs, you need a dimmer that also dims florescent.
im not positive but it looks very similar to my moms 2006 honda accord which goes through bulbs like there nothing...on her car in order to change the bulbs you actually have to pop the hood and look down towards the light and you can see the bulb make sure that you take out the blinker bulb and not the low beam bulb also if it is on the right side you may have to remove the battery to see the bulb so look on the left side first and if you can see the bulbs then you will know if you need to take the battery out or not
Well, let's take this in seperate parts.
On the licenseplate lights, there is only one wiring lead that goes down there. Comes in on the right side, and jumps over to the left. But they are seperate from the tail lights.
The wiring harness for the tail lights comes down the left side of the truck, and then Y's off at the back to go to either side.
And you have replaced the bulbs or at least swaped the bulbs from side to side (just because a bulb is new, doesn't mean it's good) to test what is good, and what isn't.
Brake/running light bulbs will fit into the socket either way, but they only work if they are in the correct way. (you might want to try turning the bulb around in the socket).
From there, get a 12v circuit tester, and check the power to the sockets. You also want to test the ground to the socket.
This is a 8yr old truck, and there is a chance that 1) the socket is bad 2) there was damage to the wiring that goes to the tail light 3) both of the above.
Once you establish power and ground, then you start looking for unusual things.
Try the tips mentioned, and let me know what you find.