[Question] Why do moving head light bulbs often blow up

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It has been normal for more than two years, but three bulbs have been replaced in the past year or so. What's wrong with this moving head light?

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1. Check the voltage first, if it exceeds 230V, the possibility of frying (it is recommended to install a voltage stabilizer);

2. If bubbles appear, please check whether the bubbles are caused by long working life;

3. Whether there is a problem with the quality of the bulb;

4. If the above three methods are not, it may be a problem with the ballast.

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Boom Boom?   Voltage instability is a common cause of problems with lamps

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incredible problem,you can ask for help  first, you are right

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