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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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How do i connect a ballast


Hello. Not sure what ballast you are looking for but I am guessing a Fluorescent light replacement ballast. Normally in a 2 tune balleast there are a BLACK and WHITE, These are Hot and Common. 2 Yellows go to the one end of the tubes. The 2 Blue wires go to the end of one of the tubes and the 2 red wires go the end of the other tube
Black to Black, White to White. 2 yellow to Tube 1 and 2 yellow to Tube 2. 2 Blue to Tube 1 and 2 Red to Tube 2.
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If Hot wire arrives in ceiling box first, the switch box will not have white neutral wires that are twisted together and covered with wire nut. Neutrals will be in ceiling box.

What is known: You are replacing single pole switch attached to one 14-2 wire going to light.
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You have replaced 14-2 wire with 12-3 wire.

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The first thiing I suggest is checking the installation instructions (either included with the ballast or on-line) of the ballast you just purchased. Many fluorescent ballasts require that the lamps be wired in series - which I believe is what you had before. One lamp connects between the red & the yellow, the other connects between the yellow & the blue. Other fluorescent ballasts require that the lamps be wired in parallel - which may be what you have now (both lamps connect between the red & the blue). The installation instruction sheets should designate the appropriate wiring configuration.

That being said, just double-check one thing: Make sure the new ballast is rated for 2-lamps. Ballasts rated for 1-lamp will only include the red & the blue (no yellow). So I know you sad you already checked with the destributor, but double-check that one point.

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  • 1 Turn off the circuit breaker that's delivering the power to the light fixture.
  • 2 Test the feed wires with a touch-type voltage tester before you touch them. Press the button on the tester and touch the tip of it to each wire to make sure the circuit is dead. If the tester beeps or lights up then the circuit is still live. Try additional breakers until you find the correct one.
  • 3 Strip about 3/4 inch of insulation from the ends of each wire coming from the ballast if they aren't already prepped for wiring. Use the smallest setting on the wire stripper to prevent snapping the wires when you strip them.
  • 4 Take the single red wire from the ballast and insert its tip into one of the two pressure-slots on top of one of the sockets on the same side of the fixture that the red wire is facing.
  • 5 Take a 6-inch length of similar red wire and strip 3/4 inch of insulation at each end, then insert one end into the second slot on the socket that already has the red ballast wire attached and insert the other end into the other socket on that side.
  • 6 Insert the tip of one of the blue wires into the slot on one of the sockets on the other side of the fixture.
  • 7 Insert the tip of the second blue wire into the slot on the other socket on that side of the fixture.
  • 8 Connect the white wire from the feed circuit to the white wire on the ballast and connect the black wire from the feed circuit to the black wire on the ballast. Make sure the wire connectors are on tight and wrap electrical tape around the connections.
  • 9 Put the fixture back together and install the fluorescent tubes as per the manufacturer's instructions. Turn the circuit breaker back on.
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    If I understand correctly, you have Leviton florescent dimmer

    And you want to connect dimmer to Lutron ECO-series ballast

    This is the ballast with 3 wires: Hot dimmed, Neutral and Hot
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    Is this your dimmer???? Has Black, White, Red, Yellow-red, & Orange

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    Here's how to do it:
    Dimmer yellow-red is not used except for 3-way switch >> cap it off with wire nut
    Dimmer orange wire connects to ballast Dimmed Hot
    Dimmer red wire connects to ballast Hot
    Dimmer white wire connects to ballast Neutral

    Those are your wires going to ballast. As you can see, you need 3 wires going to florescent fixture

    Next, let's focus on Dimmer:
    Dimmer green wire goes to bare ground wire
    Dimmer black wire connects to Hot from breaker box (we'll test for that next)
    Finally the Dimmer white wire connects to ballast Neutral as discussed above BUT is also has to connect to Neutral from breaker box

    This means the Dimmer white wire is connected to 2 wires >> one wire goes to florescent fixture and the other wire comes from breaker box


    So which wires come from breaker box??
    It should be a black and white wire.
    Let's test to find Hot and Neutral that come from breaker box.

    Mark your wires.
    Disconnect all the wires and separate from each other
    Turn on power
    Use ordinary tester
    Tape tester leads to wood sticks so hands stay away from electricity
    Power is on
    Test each wire to bare copper wire
    When tester lights up, that is Hot from breaker box ... this wire connects to Dimmer black wire
    Now, test the hot wire to each of the other wires
    When tester lights up, that is Neutral wire ... this wire connects to Dimmer white wire, and also connects to Ballast neutral.

    Connect one wire at a time, and it will work.

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