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I have 3 new t5 4 bulb ho high bay fixtures with an advance ICN-4S54-90C-2LS-G ballast. When I turn on the switch only the 2 outside bulbs light up on all 3 fixtures. How can I make the inside bulbs

Power is correct and wiring is correct

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If only two bulbs are lighting on ALL the fixtures, this usually indicates wiring.
Check wiring diagram as follows.
If unsure, contact local electrician to ensure proper wiring within your states electrical code.
http://www.stanion.com/pdf/advance4.pdf

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