Find locate of lighting ballast in 3 door BevAir cooler
I an a electrician. I am working on a 3 Door glass BevAir cooler. There are two vertical strip fluorescent fixture inside the central cooler and three horizontal fixtures at the top outside of the coolers.
I cannot find the location of the lighting ballast.
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Sometimes they are in the overheade space above the cooler .. if they were inside then they would have to be HO ballasts because of the temperature .. sometimes they are in the moulding strip under the lamp itself.
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Hello, 1.Remove trim from around the door handle by prying it out along the top and front edges. Once loosened, it comes unhinged from the back edge. 2.Remove the Phillips head screw from metal bracket, that is revealed after removing the trim piece 3.Pry the inside light assembly from the door panel and remove the bulb socket from the housing 4.Pry the door panel from the frame using a panel removal tool by starting at the bottom and releasing the 7-8 plastic studs from the frame. 5 - Remove the 2 mounting bolts for the rear door controller and disconnect the cables. 6.Use a small flat blade (e.g. scraper) and flathead screwdriver to remove the plastic vapor barrier (be careful not to tear as it must be replaced). 7.Reach inside the door and locate the cable that is attached to the bottom of the lift mechanism and then cut it. 8.Push the window class to the full UP position (this will locate it horizonally and vertically) and tape it in place. 9.Near the top of the sheet metal there will be 2 openings (1 square, 1 round). When the glass is in the full up position, there will be (2) 10 mm bolts in view. Loosen these bolts which will open the rubber coated clamps on the bottom of the glass. The lift mechanism will free fall to the bottom position when these bolts are loose. 10.Remove the window lift motor plug and (3) 10 mm nuts that hold the lift mechanism in place and remove through the opening at the front of the inner door sheet metal.This will require some maneuvering. 11.Loosen but do not remove the 2 bolts for the window clamps on the new unit before installing. 12.Make sure the new unit is not in the full up position before installing. 13.Install the new lift mechanism in the door and tighten the (3) 10 mm mounting nuts. 14.Connect the power plug into the new lift motor 15.Temporarily connect the rear door controller, turn on the ignition and slowly raise the new lift mechanism using the window up switch on the driver's door. 16.Then the lift is in the full up position, tighten the window glass clamps using the same access holes as when you removed the glass clamps. 17.Slowly run the window down and up to make sure it doesn't bind 18.Disconnect the read door controller and reverse the process for assembly 19. Make sure the rear door light socket and bulb are not trapped behind the plastic. Hope this was helpful!
the vertical blue lines indicate some interference from other electronic gadgets near your tv. it started showing up on my sony grand wega when i installed my wireless modem. i almost ordered a new rear projection lamp costing over $100 but decided to experiment. i first moved my desk computer farther away from the tv then isolated the wireless modem router by placing it inside a small glass - the vertical blue lines became lighter in color so i dedided to find another small glass that fit inside the first glass container then put the router in the double glass - no more blue lines and my wireless modem router still works.
do some deductive thinking to figure out what's messing up your tv and isolate the interference.
That means couple of things. The cooler's glass door is poorly insulated, and the cooler is placed in a humid environment. To eliminate the sweating you can run a dehumidifier close to the cooler, or you can insulate the inside of the door with styrofoam but that's going to spoil the look of the cooler.