October 1961
New Yorker;10/7/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 34, p199
The article provides information on fluorescent lighting problems. It offers tips on how to deal with troubles with fluorescent lights. Lights that are not responding to switch may be due to defect in lamp, starter or in the circuit, loose connection at plug and loose placement of the lamp. Trying to plug in different outlet can help.


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