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My mates 4ft Kitchen 80s Fluorescent fitting,

My mates 4ft Kitchen 80s Fluorescent fitting,

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He moved into his botton flat 2 weeks ago i went to his place for the day, and saw this in the kithen, it started up nice and quick and flickery.
Did need a slight clean.

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Nov 20, 2013 at 03:18 PM Author: Liam
This looks like a modern Thorn poppack with twist lock holders?

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Nov 20, 2013 at 05:53 PM Author: Dave the lighting guy
This definitely a Thorn pop pack. looks like one of the latest variants out tbh. 1980's ones still had square starter sockets, and oval shaped springed lamp holders. 1990's ones introduced the twist lock lamp holders, but the starter sockets were still of the square type. i think it was mid to late 2000's that done away with the square starter socket and introduced the new type lamp holder which went around the outside of the spine, where older ones dont have that feature, instead having a flange inside the spine to keep the lamp holder in its correct place. Even if its a late pop pack, i still love it due to that SS ballast and starter.
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