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Old 02-05-2014, 07:07 PM   #1
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2004 Beaver Florescent light fixture

Does any one know the make and model of the florescent light that Monaco used in the 2004 Beaver Monterey Huntington. Our has stopped working even after changing the tubes. If you know a source of a replacement could you let me know.

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Probably the ballast has gone bad. If you take the cover off, remove the tubes, you should be able to access the screws holding the ballast in. Remove the ballast, being careful to note how it was wired and take to a place that stocks replacements. The other choice is to remove the ballast and replace with 4-5 strips of LEDs. 5M Cool White Light Strip 300 LED Waterproof 5050 SMD 60leds M 12V Black PCB | eBay

This strip of 300 LEDs is enough to replace multiple fluorescent fixtures and reduces power draw to boot. If you search at the top of the page you'll find threads with 'how to' instructions.
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Does any one know the make and model of the florescent light that Monaco used in the 2004 Beaver Monterey Huntington. Our has stopped working even after changing the tubes. If you know a source of a replacement could you let me know.

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Ours are Thin-Lite fixtures. That particular model is no longer made, but Thin-Lite will repair them for a flat fee. The last time we had one fixed it was $23.50.

Try giving them a call: Thin-Lite Home Page
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