Those fake starters people put into fluorescent fittings when they put in an LED tube.... what's inside? An LED tube draws power from the two ends, I looked inside one of my tubes and the two pins at each end are shorted together. The LED PSU takes power from both ends if you see what I mean, it expects live at one end and neutral at the other. So why on earth would you need anything in the starter, even if you left the ballast in? Surely it's best to have the starter open circuit, i.e. just remove it. Does it perhaps in some way negate the inductive nature of the ballast to be nicer to the LED PSU?