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im switching sockets and dont want to fry my ballast .anyway i cut the cord and the wires im dealing with are a blue ,brown and a white with a green strip ,is the one with the strip the grown wire? thanks
Does your ballast have a wiring diagram? Sometimes it is printed on it. If not, you should be able to use the model number of the ballast to get the wiring diagram online.
Green typically indicates a ground.
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i thought i deleted this post ,i guess not ,i ended up taking the fixture apart that the socket was attached to ,and your right the white wire with the green strip was ground and i got the other colers figgered out to ! thanks