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Amalgamated Electric shop lights
GE Tulamp instant-start ballast guts.JPG Apparently these were part of a home welding shop at one time. The power cords were rotten and damp mouse nests caused some cancer where the fixtures meet the reflectors but they're otherwise solid. The reflectors themselves are almost completely rust-free. Three had GE Tulamp instant-start ballasts, one of which was obviously blown and one had a Canadian General Electric Gold-Label instant-start ballast. I tried two of them as-found; one worked fine and only one tube lit on the other. 8 files, last one added on Aug 02, 2019
Thomas Industries double-pendant swag lamp
Thomas Industries double-pendant swag lamp (1).JPG 3 files, last one added on Aug 13, 2019
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Last additions - Russian Winter's Gallery

Last additions - Russian Winter's Gallery

Thomas Industries double-pendant swag lamp (1).JPG
Thomas Industries double-pendant swag lamp (2).JPG
Thomas Industries double-pendant swag lamp (3).JPG
GE Tulamp instant-start ballast guts.JPG
GE Tulamp instant-start ballast capacitor.JPG
Thomas Industries double-pendant swag lampRussian WinterAug 13, 2019 Thomas Industries double-pendant swag lampRussian WinterAug 13, 2019 Thomas Industries double-pendant swag lampRussian WinterAug 13, 2019 GE Tulamp instant-start ballast teardownRussian WinterAug 02, 2019 GE Tulamp instant-start ballast capacitorRussian WinterAug 02, 2019
Still good.JPG
Freebie Amalgamated Electric model 4424T-IS shop lights.JPG
Cleaned out.JPG
Manufacturer_'s label.JPG
Bad GE Tulamp instant-start ballast.JPG
The survivorsRussian WinterJul 31, 2019 Amalgamated Electric model 4424T-IS shop lightsRussian WinterJul 12, 2019 Cleaned outRussian WinterJul 12, 2019 Manufacturer's labelRussian WinterJul 12, 2019 Bad GE Tulamp instant-start ballastRussian WinterJul 12, 2019
Mystery brand sockets.JPG
Mystery socketsRussian WinterJul 12, 2019
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