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Old 03-17-2009, 01:04 AM   #1
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Dying bulb?

I have 2 bulbs in a 130w 24" odyssea light, and it seems that the actinic bulb only turns on if I turn the light off then on. It usually doesn't turn on with the timer, and I've switched the bulbs and the actinic still doesn't work, so I think this rules out a bad light, so that means bad bulb?
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