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Try setting up the ballast, remote. I keep mine on a shelf about 10' away
from the lamps, to reduce the heat. The lamp it self produces quite alot
of heat and I don't need the ballast adding to it here in Singapore. I
also use shielded wires to protect them from the heat.
At 03:48 PM 10/18/99 -0400, you wrote:
>I opened up the octagonal box
>containing the electrical connections between mogul base
>and cord. After three years the heat had reduced the murets
>(connectors) to powder, and had evaporated the insulation
>of the three wires, as well as the outer casing. I assume
>that there had been some sort of short which had caused the
>lamp to fail to ignite.
>I checked a second pendant which had also failed when I had
>been fiddling with it. It was identically dangerous. The wiring
>box is attached to the top of the pendant and gets very hot.
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