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Old 08-15-2008, 10:37 PM   #1
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4-pin 18W Compact fluorescent hook-up


I have a bit of a problem figuring the right way to hook up a 4-pin to my ballast, i don't have a lampholder, but i was wondering how to get the pins paired up for the yellow and the red wire (im using the 120V Fulham Workhorse 5 ballast).

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for your safety and the safety of others you will need to get lamp holders.
they will have wire leeds to work with.

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And continue the thread here: Electricians or know-how only , where it started.
There is no need for two identical threads running.
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