How To Diagnose Fluorescent Light Covers Problems
Fluorescent light covers – When your fluorescent lights are flickering or not turning on everyone, take some time to diagnose the problem first before calling a repair person. The question could be as simple as a bulb to be replaced. Replacement ballasts, power outlets and other parts can be purchased at most hardware and lighting stores. If you decide to solve the problem yourself, make sure you only use spare parts compatible with the type of lamp you have
Be sure to turn off the main switch that controls the lamp is on and there are no blown fuses. If you are working on a portable fluorescent light covers, make sure the power cord is plugged in. When you are sure the problem is not a power failure turn the power switch off to protect you from electric shock while troubleshooting other parts of the luminary.
Remove clips or screws that connect diffuser to the rest of the fluorescent light covers. The luminary is opaque plastic panel covering bulbs. Use a ladder to reach the luminary if it is fitted overhead. Take diffuser and set it aside for now. Investigate pears into black spots at the ends. This is a sign that the bulb has burned out and needs to be replaced. Turn the bulb until the pins at the exit flush with the openings in the lamp’s sockets. Remove the bulb and discard it according to disposal regulations in your area.