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Old 08-15-2020, 03:48 PM   #1
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Are Fluorescent Tubes a Problem?

Fluorescent Tubes are not only a pain but expensive. They don’t do extremely well bouncing down the road. When they go bad is it the tube, ballast, or starter? Do you find that you can’t go to an RV Supply store without picking up more tubes to store in the closet?

If this has been your problem, we can solve it. We have LED Strips wired with everything you need to get rid of this hassle. Replacements are for 12” or 15” in Cool White and Cold White. Cool White would look very similar to standard tubes color wise.

LED Strips take away all the hassle. They last 50,000 hrs., you bypass the ballast, no heat, no more fading as they age.

They do make LED tubes that look just like Fluorescent Tubes but you still have to contend with the ballast or the tubes have wires that must be wired in.

Our LED Strips come completely wired, VHB tape on the back, wire nuts for connection, and if you control yours from the switch on the light it comes with the female connector, and of course, instructions!

Get 10% off your order, use code: IRV2-10

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Old 08-21-2020, 04:24 PM   #2
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Those are neat. LED is the way to go.
These are a no wiring alternative.
LED fluorescent tube replacement
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The strips work great as a replacement. Replaced all my fluorescent lights with them a couple of yrs ago. Got mine on Ebay for about $2 a strip.
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