...or anyone else who understands fluorescent lights! We have a six foot long fluorescent light in the garage which has been working since we moved in five years ago but recently stopped working. I have replaced the two bulbs (£7.50 each!) and it worked for a couple of days but is now not working again. When I bought the bulbs, the salesperson said I needed two starters as well, so I have got them, but didn't put them in as I couldn't find any starters to replace, or anything that looked like the holes for them - I have looked on the top, sides, ends, everywhere I can think of! Any ideas as to what I do now? If there are some starters, where else could they be? If not, why would the light not be working with new bulbs, especially as it worked to start with? Could do without having to get an electrician in if possible!