|Wm6929 Wrote:I know this is a old post.
But I need to respond just the same.
Concerning the Lights in a Tron upright, or any simular upright. Check the starter first. They are the first to go out. Then check your fuses. Ballast are the last to consider.
One one tron, I replaced all of the ballasts with something I found at Lowes. I did not solder anything but used wire nuts, and replaced them in no time.
Greetings, Wm6929 and welcome to TRON-Sector!
I know that technically, you're not new here as you've been a member for 8 years, almost to the day. I still felt a welcome was in order though.
And happy rez-day tomorrow!
A little late with the technical advice, but better late than never. Others may encounter this problem and your advice will be here to benefit them in their research.
I hope you'll join us in conversation a little more often in the future.
A couple of threads you may want to hit are:
What's with your name?
Don't forget to PING in every time you have yourself Another dose of TRON
I think you'll enjoy your time here at The Sector
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