Question about True TBB-2 Beverage Cooler
I thought the tube had blown, so bought and installed a new one...still no light. Please advise.
Most fluorescent lighting have ballast in them it more then likely just needs replaced. I have included a how it works link for you HERE
I hope this helps you fix your beverage cooler.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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