Questions about: light-fixture - страница 4

it looks like the earth has come completely off, but I wouldn't expect that to have caused the light and fan not to work. .
Bulbs that are exposed to the air cool rapidly upon shutdown and destroy the metal to glass seal at the bottom. When that seal is broken, air enters, and the bulb then burns out. Bulbs that are in enclosed fixtures last for years of usage, even switc
Use a single pole double throw switch, called three-way in the U. S. (as isherwood suggests)
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
I've replaced the 3-way socket in a table lamp about 4 times in the past 6 years. Each time it works for 6 months or so, but eventually the secondary contact that touches the "ring" on the base of the 3-way bulb (the low-intensity filament) starts ar
You need to verify which one of those is your switch leg (you have test equipment, right?). It sounds like you're on the right track. It's a switched-switch leg, so I'd assume then, that the yellow is the main switch leg, and the red is the local swi
Karen: by the outlets being a barrier, I meant that it seemed as if you felt they couldn't be moved much more than to rotate in place. And so they became the "endposts" for how wide your mirror could be. I see that you have more flexibility than that
With so many light bulbs on the market today, it can be tough to find the right one. There are bulbs for dimmable lights, warm white lights, eco-friendly lights, and lights at practically every watt imaginable. Incandescent, LED, fluorescent, CFL, an