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Pre story: It all begun when the lamp in our bath started to blink like a disco lamp - blinking all the time. All of a sudden on ...
Reproducing the steps in this instructable may harm you. Be careful when working with high voltage, take all possible safety actions. You have to have appropriate knowledge and ...
What? We will be replacing the square-like lamp with the other one. Firstly notice that the lamps have different connectors. One you screw in to the socket, one ...
Extract the glass tubing from the lamp. It's not good to break it. Remember how you cut the connections: one end of tube from left connections, other end ...
Extract the glass tubing from this lamp. Unsolder the four wires that are soldered to the circuit.
Put 1-1.5cm long heat shrink tubes on the four cables. Solder the cables of the new glass tubing to the old lamp's plastic holder. Make sure you don't ...
Heat to shrink the shrink tubes. This will insulate the soldered cables from each other.
Put the plastic parts of the base together and we are ready! It looks like a space ship now.
I only added a wire to hold the front end not fall down.
Replace starter! It's a matter of unscrewing the old one and screwing the new starter. Just make sure the wattage is OK. The new lamp we put was ...
Enjoy your new light! As you can see - Party is in progress. Thanks for watching and let me know your ideas and suggestions.
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