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To: indylindy
Many take too long to get to full power.

AND if it's in a very cold place, like a shed or back porch, ferget it! They won't come on at all!............

19 posted on 01/14/2009 5:27:22 AM PST by Red Badger (I was sad because I had no shoes to throw, until I met a reporter who had no feet.....)
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To: Red Badger

We’ve noticed that as well. It seems if there is moisture in the area (bathrooms, outdoor lighting etc.) these things never get to full power and stop working completely long before a regular bulb would. It’s a total rip off.


22 posted on 01/14/2009 5:37:53 AM PST by jennyjenny
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“AND if it’s in a very cold place, like a shed or back porch, ferget it! They won’t come on at all!............”

Define very cold. I’ve got them outside my garage, and while they do take a little while to warm up and produce full light output, they work fine - and have for several years now. The temp here last night was close to 0, and they were working just fine.


31 posted on 01/14/2009 6:06:56 AM PST by -YYZ- (Strong like bull, smart like ox.)
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