Have you replaced the cfl or coil uvb? And if you have what did you get? You need a long tube fixture like zoo med w/ a reptisun 10.0 T 5 or a Arcadia pro T 5 w/ a 12% bulb. When you get it please post on here so we can help you set it up for your tank the screen will determine where it goesI apparently have confused light bulb types in regard to this forum's regular dialect.
I thought coil meant incandescent lights. Like my combo heat and UV light for my Uromastyx is "coil" - "a coiled wire that heats up and produces light", and a coating on the bulb to generate UV light.
The UVB light I recently purchased was a florescent light but "coiled up" in a small enclosure that fits in a dome enclosure. I forgot these are called cfl's, and are not the same as a straight florescent bulb. In regards to your comment about the community calling it a coil.. It would make a lot more sense to outsiders to call it a cfl. Don't hate me lol, i'm an innocent outsider.
An update after reading that the cfl I bought was garbage, especially through screens, I placed the light inside the cage on its side so she can get close to it. The bulb is not hot at all.
She has since moved within an inch of it and doesn't leave until its sleepy time. Then when she wakes she comes out right back to it, which is a huge change in her movement routines! She still only wants to eat 1 green leaf, no worms, and has visibly lost a good amount of weight so far.
Since her constant proximity to that cfl light it obviously seems that she wants more UV in her life. I will order online a real tube light like you have suggested.
I have also misinterpreted the earlier comments on T#'s. I thought that meant the UV 10%, 12%, etc.. not the bulb type. I am now educated.
Thank you all for the help all responders, much appreciated.