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Philips SL Lamp Ballast

From a broken SL!

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Tom   [Apr 03, 2020 at 04:11 PM]
It's certainly very well engineered for what is effectively a one shot ballast!
Sparkygav   [Apr 08, 2020 at 09:34 PM]
my first fooling about with one of these was when I was about 13,i had a desk fan in my bedroom which was too fast for leaving on all night so I opened up the base and took the inner ballast of a dead SL9 lamp and put it in series with one of the fan speed settings and it worked a treat,i think it may still survive in my parents attic somewhere.

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