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Basically, all lamp fixtures have the same wiring to the switch. The big difference is in how the fixture is mounted to the wall or ceiling. Since you don't describe the fixture other than to say it is flourescent, it is hard to speculate. A picture would be even better. Generally light fixtures ...

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Light bulbs in a ceiling fan keep blowing out & some break

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If the room can be left dark for 30 or more minutes then you should turn of fluorescent lights.

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May be you have bought the defective one. One in many are defective ones.

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Maybe you could post a picture of the fixture. The easiest way might be to mount the box at the desired angle. Do you have attic access?