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KC Daylighters Smoking??

Just wired up 4 130w kc daylighters on 2 seprate relays and when i turn them on they seem to me somoking inside the reflector. They are brand new so i dont know if thats the problem or its normal. Its also really cold outside. Any ideas?
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Very odd take them apart
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did you wire them right?
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Its common with high wattage bulbs. Next time clean them with alcohol and remove the reflector then turn the lights on for twenty minute to let the bulbs "burn in".
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