April 16, 2019 7:40am CST
No, it's not the starting of a horror movie. But the tubelights in the dining room of my house have started acting up from yesterday. The heat is on for the past few days telling that the summer has finally arrived, and the electricity voltage in our neighbourhood has been hit hard by this. It may be the cause behind the premature ending of this tubelight. Do you use the old fashioned tubelights or fluroscent light or bulbs? What do you say about them and the LED lightings popular these days?
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We no longer use florescent tube lights, our house is 100% LED including our dc solar bulbs. Those are hard to maintain because of the starters, ballats and end holders, they take up a lot of energy too. Perhaps the end holders are loose, ouch that's painful to the eyes.
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Well, the former owner of our house, for some strange reason, installed 14 fluorescent lights, each one 8-feet long, in the attached two car garage. We do not turn them on and just turn on the overhead light bulb. If we turn on all those lights, it is way too bright in there.