Questions about: dimmer-switch

If the switch worked correctly in the past and the configuration of the patio lights is still the same as before then there is not much else to blame for this other than a faulty switch. Switches wear out and in the case of dimmer switches can even h
It's not enough to get any dimmer. You need a dimmer that is compatible with your LED system. That's a hard find, and diy
If like the one we have the light is remote controlled from a small keypad or rotary control. This operates either wirelessly or wired. The actual dimming is done in the housing where the lamp and fan motor are located
I've recently installed smart (ZigBee) LED bulbs in my kitchen. These lights are on a dimmer switch, and even when I have the dimmer all the way up, the bulbs flicker when their internal dimming is set to anything other than 100% brightness. I was to
I have just moved to Germany, and have a room with a double-gang system. The lower is a rotary dimmer which controls the lights in the kitchen, and the upper is a double rocker switch that simply turns living-room lights on or off. I want to replace
I have just moved to Germany, and have a room with a double-gang system. The lower is a rotary dimmer which controls the lights in the kitchen, and the upper is a double rocker switch that simply turns living-room lights on or off. I want to replace
I purchased a single pole boring light switch to replace a not-really-used dimmer, and I want to be cautious and check myself. I apologize if this is a duh question. The guides all show switches that have one set of wires, or show a switch that is la
Low-voltage transformers as used with MR16 12V spotlights also add to the complexity Some of the issues that may occur when a dimmer is incompatible with an LED lamp are: Flickering - Lamps will flicker (can also occur if a non-dimmable lamp is used)
Never gonna work. Take the dimmer back and get the right thing. It won't be the first one the shop has taken back for that reason