A few weeks ago our fluorescent light in the laundry suddenly stopped working.
Since it was right before a holiday I was under some pressure to get it fixed ASAP. Especially since dirty clothes were piling up.
It turns out the ballast was the culprit. This is a super easy fix and I wanted to share it with you so that you can save some money doing it yourself.
This kind of repair could cost $75 - I know because I've written checks out to electricians for this amount. They have always done a great job but sometimes it's nice to save that money for the grocery bill.
After reading my post and watching the video you'll be able to add another skill to your DIY repertoire.
You can find them both at the link below
Do you have your own electrical repair suggestions?
Add them to the comments section so we can all learn from you :)
Thanks as always for dropping in.
An Easy Fluorescent Light Fix
Published December 13th, 2013 9:21 AM
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Cor1382303 on Aug 26, 2015Oh wow, so that's how you would do a fluorescent light fixing. That's actually something that I'm somewhat struggling with at the moment. Mostly with the wires so far my wife has been talking to the electrician to guide on how to do the wiring. <a href='http://www.faradaygroup.com.au' ></a>