OK, so I am not convinced that it's the bulbs. Maybe it
is. Obviously I can't tell from here. But two light fixtures both
not working make me suspect that there is a switch or breaker or
something that you don't know about. For "commercial-esque"
fixtures, they may be mercury or sodium vapor. They may not come on
instantly. There may also be a photo sensor, so make sure you are
doing your testing after dark. It would piss me off to hire someone
or rent equipment only to find that I didn't have the right switch turned on.
At 10:48 PM 2/14/2019, Scott Hall via Shop-talk wrote:
>I keep thinking there's a joke in there and I just can't find it.
>New house has two...commercial-esque light fixtures pointing out
>over the back yard. They don't work and I assume it's the bulbs
>because I had to switch all the other bulbs in this house, so why
>not those too? Plus they're probably expensive (so the previous
>owner wouldn't have wanted to do it), and (the real reason for my question):
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