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Replacing ballast can u show me how to wire in a new ballast? it has 3 wires on one side red, blue and white. the other has a single blue wire.The refer has 2 lights. One light on top, both ends of the have a wht and red wire comming out . The cabinet light there are 2 wires red and wht on each end. Only one red and 2 wht wire cone out at the top of the cabinet near the ballast.

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