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Lights out I was in my tanning bed and it sounded like it arked .the top lights went out and it smelled like rubber burning ,top lights wont come back on but bottoms ones are on.thanks for any help

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Sounds like your top to bottom cord has shorted or, has a bad connection. Call Wolff Tanning at www.wolfftanning.com or 1-866-965-3382 for assistance. They have the parts for that unit.

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DUH?? This is a photography site, imbecile.

Posted on Dec 24, 2008


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