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-- Red and Blue
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   Well let's get to the images of the Red and Blue CCFL. First off here's what the CCFL looks like if you leave the plastic covering on.

   I'm sure a few are of you are in a state of disbelief especially since CCFL's have been 1 color since they debuted in the computer modding market a few years ago.

   As you can see, Sunbeam hasn't soldered 2 CCFL's together or some other type of trickery. We're going to examine each end so you can see the colors and how it looks within the acrylic tube. Red is first and then Blue.

   And now for the piece d'resistance, a picture of the CCFL in one of my cases.

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