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Old 07-25-2009, 02:38 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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Re: Replacing lamps with higher watts, is that ok?

People aren't thinking that far in. Just does it fit and does it turn on. If people are looking to half *** something don't make it anything more than that.
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Ok... so why are you spelling lamp with a period after the "L"?
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Old 07-25-2009, 08:50 PM   #23 (permalink)
 
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Re: Replacing lamps with higher watts, is that ok?

In some beds it will not come on either. I know we did it once by mistake. Next time I will be more technical with my answer.
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Re: Replacing lamps with higher watts, is that ok?

I was also wondering about the lamp l.amp spelling
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Re: Replacing lamps with higher watts, is that ok?

i would suggest using something that is energy efficient. that way they will last longer.
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^ say what?
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Wow
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Re: Replacing lamps with higher watts, is that ok?

cause if you spell lamp with no "." it will appear as a link and actually will be one. which actually doesn't make sense since the link takes you to supras website.. hmmm?
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cause if you spell lamp with no "." it will appear as a link and actually will be one. which actually doesn't make sense since the link takes you to supras website.. hmmm?
It used to go elsewhere.
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Question Re: Replacing lamps with higher watts, is that ok?

I apologise if this slightly off topic. I understand what Brian was saying about the ballast controlling the lamp.
But, an ergoline engineer once told me that the ballast normally has a leeway of roughly 10%, as in, say you had a 200w ballast running a 225w lamp then the lamp would normally be running at 220w. Is this correct? Or would the lamp still only be getting 200w?
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