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Track Lighting, Wire - 2) from the left side, there may be one red, one blue and one yellow wire that are not reflected inside the diagram beneath. ?i've certainly related the two blue at the right aspect of the ballast with the 2 blue at the right side of the lamp in addition to the 2 purple with the two purple. ?the two yellow i had at first connected to the single yellow on the left. ?however then, what to do with the more purple and blue of that identical left-hand trio? ?i to start with bundled the greater left-hand crimson with the 4 purple at the right-hand aspect, and the equal with the more blue, but this did now not paintings.
I purchased a ge proline ballast replacement for a lamp flourescent fixture, 48" every lamp. ?the vintage ballast had two blue and two crimson wires on the right, and at the left facet: a black, a white, one red, one blue and one yellow. ?the black connects to a crimson electricity cord inside the ceiling, the white to the whtie neutral, and the unmarried purple, blue and yellow wires all related to matching wires at the fixture to the left. ?the 2 blues and reds on the right linked to matching fixture wires on the right. ?the new ballast purchased at home depot as encouraged by means of the employee has simply one black and one white exiting the left facet, and two blues, two reds and yellows from the right. ?"comply with the colore-coded wiring diagram" became the advice, but after connecting all like hues on the brand new ballast to the fixture, all i got became a delayed, dim light at the bottom of every fluorescent bulb. ?i suspect the wiring isn't as easy as defined. ?so, how to wire the brand new ballast to my fixture so it really works? ?don't want to call an electrician because it will price me greater than a today's fixture. ?thank you earlier for any assist on a way to cord efficiently.
Notice how each the red and blue wires go to one lamp. ?the yellow wires are, for loss of a better description, are "shared" so pin 1 of lamp 1 and pin 1 of lamp 2 pass one yellow wire. ?pin 2 of lamp 1 and pin 2 of lamp 2 visit the other yellow wire. ?is that this how you have got it stressed out?.