== == === === == == No. Do not use a 120 Volt rated device for 240 Volt service.
All equipment on 240 volt circuit must be rated for 240 volts. Consider changing to a 120 Volt circuit and locating 120 Volt lamps with a base made to fit the fixture.
I have several customers who have brought fixtures back from Europe and needed 120 volt lamps with a European base. <><><>
As always, if you are in doubt about what to do, the best advice anyone should give you is to call a licensed electrician to advise what work is needed.
Before you do any work yourself,
on electrical circuits, equipment or appliances,
always use a test meter to ensure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.
IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOB
SAFELY AND COMPETENTLY
REFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.
All dimmer switches hum. The older they get, the louder the hum. If you have compact florescent bulbs in the fixture, this will cause the switch to hum louder.
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Halogen is a type of incandescent fixture so yes.
No, the dimmer switch needs its own individual circuit power supply to feed the fixtures connected to it. The black of the second dimmer switch can not be connected to the red wire of the first dimmer switch. Now if you are talking about using a common "hot" to feed two dimmer switches then this can be done. The neutrals will be common also. So what you should have is two black wires connected together with the incoming "hot". Two neutrals connected together with the incoming white. The red from each dimmer is then connected to its own individual fixture load.
No a switch just opens and closes a circuit. A switch can be replaced by a dimmer switch. The dimmer switch will fit in the same enclosure that the switch is removed from.
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It depends on the fixture. Some fluorescent bulbs won't work at all with a dimmer. The safest thing to do is to contact the fixture's manufacturer.
Find the wattage rating on the dimmer controller. This is the maximum allowable wattage that the lamp in the fixture should be. Lamp wattage ratings under the rated dimmer wattage is fine but do not install a larger wattage lamp that is over the dimmer control's rating.
The headlight high/low beam dimmer switch is part of the turn signal switch.The dash light dimmer is next to the headlight on/off switch.The headlight high/low beam dimmer switch is part of the turn signal switch.The dash light dimmer is next to the headlight on/off switch.
The 1993 BMW 325 dimmer switch is located on the lower left-hand side of the dashboard. The dimmer switch is a dial switch.
you can not put a normal dimmer on a florescent light. You need to install a dimmer made for flourecent lights and they are expensive about 50 dollar around here. If you want to dim it put a normal incandescent bulb in the fixture.
The dimmer switch is located near the floor on the left side of the steering column. The dimmer switch and ignition switch are secured by the same two screws. The dimmer switch will be the one on top. Loosen and remove the screws, disconnect the wiring harness from the dimmer switch and replace with the new switch, complete the assembly in reverse order.
How do I change the dimmer switch on my 1993 corvette?
It is very simple to install a dimmer switch in place of a regular light switch.
It is the terminology given to differentiate the dimmer switch from a three way dimmer switch. It is a replacement for an ordinary lighting load switch when you want to dim the lighting load for aesthetic value.
The headlamp switch controls the power to the dimmer switch and then on to the headlights.The headlamp switch controls the power to the dimmer switch and then on to the headlights.
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Some lights won't dim. If you've installed the switch properly, and are using traditional incandescent bulbs (not flourescent, LED, E-L lights or any other very low current light), the dimmer will dim the bulbs. Make sure you're using a dimmable bulb and that the dimmer is installed properly.
I have but if dimmer is on low the light fixture sometimes "hums", can be anoying It also shortens the bulb life, significantly in some cases. But their are also CFL bulbs built to be used with a dimmer switch that avoid these problems.Another AnswerYou should only use CFLs specifically-designed to be used with dimmers in circuits controlled by dimmer switches. There is a proven danger of fire hazard when ordinary CFLs are controlled by dimmer switches and, so, this should NEVER be done.
It was not designed to be used with a dimmer switch. You must have a halogen designed for use with a dimmer or it will not work.
It is probably either the switch or a bad ground somewhere. Try the switch first. On my truck the switch itself is going bad. most of the time if you just keep turning the switch on and off then it will come on. If not you'll have to replace the switch. Logic tells us that IF the headlights [high and low beams] are WORKING, then the dedicated HEADLIGHT dimmer switch is OK, as the headlights are the only thing that dimmer switch controls. The HEADLIGHT dimmer switch is ONLY in the headlight circuit, not the other related circuits such as instrument panel and parking lights. On the other hand, there is a SEPERATE DIMMER switch, usually in the MAIN light switch, for controling the brightness of the instrument panel lights, and as answers 1 and 2 suggest, the problem is more likely in the main switch which controls the instrument and parking light circuits, but again, not in the switch dedicated to controlling high and low beam headlights.j3h.
Usually a switch will only let you choose between ON and OFF, but a dimmer switch will let you change between Brighter or Darker.
AnswerIf the lights work on the flash to pass but do not work otherwise either the switch is bad or the dimmer switch is bad. I just am working on a 1995 Ranger and found the dimmer switch to be bad. I checked the headlight switch and that was good so I found the dimmer switch to be the problem. I jumped the wires after unplugging the dimmer switch and lights come on. Replace the headlight dimmer switch and good to go! Hope this helps.
The dimmer switch, on your 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, is located on the lower left hand portion of the dashboard. The dimmer switch is just below the heat vent.
A dimmer switch is very helpful as if you attach one to your light switch you can control your light intensity, the Lutron Dimmer is a brand dimmer switches that provide high quality performance.