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90 Watt SRX Lit.

90 Watt SRX Lit.

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Spent the day trying to get the snowblower fixed. When I tried to wheel it out to replace the auger belt it wouldn't move, turns out one of the bearings in the transmission is frozen solid. I spent the day dismantling the snowblower until I could determine what part I need to order, but at the end of the day I did plug in one of the small fixtures since I have to move a few of them anyway in order to stack the big fixtures.

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Manufacturer:American Electric
Model Reference:SRX

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Nov 09, 2019 at 09:19 PM Author: HPSM250R2
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Nov 10, 2019 at 12:56 AM Author: lights*plus
I wished for winter to come late. Getting the Snowblower ready in November is not a good sign!!

Wanting to relieve you from some of your "misery", I think you can probably stack all the luminaires vertically with heavy ballast at bottom. You have so many that they'll support each other. Put the best against the wall, the worst floating outside. Hopefully a domino effect won't ensue.
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Nov 10, 2019 at 08:02 AM Author: Fluorescent05

I wished for winter to come late. Getting the Snowblower ready in November is not a good sign!!

Wanting to relieve you from some of your "misery", I think you can probably stack all the luminaires vertically with heavy ballast at bottom. You have so many that they'll support each other. Put the best against the wall, the worst floating outside. Hopefully a domino effect won't ensue.

I actually want winter to come early. Every year (where I live) we get no snow until mid-late January. Some years, it's 70 degrees on Christmas Eve! Luckily, last year, there was a snowstorm on November 15 that I took pics of and videoed.

Don't be fooLED, T8 IS the worst thing to do to a magnetic T12 fixture.

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Nov 10, 2019 at 09:09 AM Author: sox35

I actually want winter to come early. Every year (where I live) we get no snow until mid-late January. Some years, it's 70 degrees on Christmas Eve! Luckily, last year, there was a snowstorm on November 15 that I took pics of and videoed.

What is it people see in snow..? Horrible stuff, makes driving, walking and especially cycling very difficult and occasionally dangerous, causes havoc with public transport and last but not least goes down the back of your neck

Sorry, getting off topic, this is really a lovely lamp, it's always good to see SOX lit (by the way there's a typo in the title )

Ria in Aberdeen
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Nov 10, 2019 at 05:25 PM Author: mdcastle
Snow was a lot more fun when I was a kid. Now that I'm an adult I have to drive to work in it and clear it off my driveway.

And it started to snow a bit again today, putting a stop to the sorting and testing operation. I did get the first layer of 135 watters stacked up; I tested 8 of the small ones so far; result: One 90 watt with a bad lamp and missing ballast that I scrapped the base and saved the diffuser as a spare. One 90 watt I set aside for my personal collection. One 90 watt with a sketchy lamp (electrodes were sputtering and it seemed to not light completely), one with a bad lamp, and one good one; One 55 watt with a very loud ballast but it worked, and two good ones. Next weekend is looking good for more sorting and testing.
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Nov 10, 2019 at 06:50 PM Author: lights*plus
Try no to scrap anything because some of us can add the missing parts, including sockets. Some are avid electronic fluorescent ballast experimenters too, and SOX fixtures with the proper room are hard to come by.
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