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When I press the button to turn on the L6 the lamp(s) come on for a moment then go off. The unit then returns to ready after a few seconds. I have the same problem on another L6 and when the lamp(s) come on then go off the green ready light blinks. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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May be a ballast/power supply issue. it take a lot of juice to strike the lamp, and it may be draining what little power it has.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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