Light Bulb Smoking
Why is my lamp smoking?
What do you mean by compact fluorescent lamp? They are not designed for tight spaces where they cannot dissipate heat ... they cannot be used in all applications, I will not leave them in this lamp ... just use a normal lamp. .. After the smoke, if it works well, turn it off and escape ... Another possibility is the manufacturer or loose wires malfunction lamp or ...
Unlike Cartman, he is right. If the lid is closed properly, the heat problem can be fixed. I doubt you will see any smoke with the fluorescent lamp because of the kilometer length of the lamp. All you can see is that there is SRT smoke in the plug. This happens over time with devices that have been in use for many years. The most common reason for this is that the replacement of the permanent lamp against the main edge of the socket is pressed and the last bulb inserted is inserted so deep into the socket that it goes out of the double ground and arches. Take out the bulb and look inside the socket, if this happens you will see a small burn mark inside the socket. I would say that this may be the biggest reason for smoking. Otherwise, heat build-up after years of use can cause damage to the cable. Thus, heat strengthens and destroys many accessories.
No, it is not light, it is the lamp itself. I know exactly who you are talking about. I can see exactly where it is coming from. It's in a completely exposed, enclosed area and only smokes when you first turn it on and expires after 10 seconds, so it's not overheated.
First remove all the accessories after turning off the power, check the cable connection, you may see burnt parts or loose wires, if you buy cheap accessories, sometimes I will replace it myself. , Even the accessories cost £ 5 and then you know they're fine.
It can be so simple that the bulb does not stick. Try squeezing and reconnecting the two.
You may have SRT, don't call again unless you check