Yes. There are various types of dimmers. Look for the halogen dimmer in your favorite search engine.
Halogen is a type of incandescent fixture so yes.
Yes, if you buy a dimmable Xenon bulb. Not all of them are dimmable.
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.
Although a dimmer can be designed for 12 v halogen lamps it is more common for dimmers to work on higher voltages. Dimmers have to work into a resistive load so it is not usually possible to place the dimmer on the high-voltage side of the 12 v transformer that comes with the lights.
it should become dimmer
I'm not sure what you mean by turning a dimmer switch "up".-- When the dimming action of the device is turned 'up', the bulbbecomes more dim, that is, less bright.-- The dimmer may have an arrow printed on its control, labeled 'brighter'.In that case, when you turn the control in the direction of the arrow,the light becomes brighter, i.e. less dim.
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.
They as designed to "dim" when headlights are on to reduce "glare" try adjusting dash dimmer switch
There are 4 screws around the dash bezel take all 4 out and put the gear shift in drive to remove the bezel. Disconnect the dimmer switch and install the new one.
need to know the capacity of the dimmer and the size of the lights
try your dimmer switch just put one in my 97 that was my problem
The halogen bulbs are accessible from behind the clear headlamp module, under the hood. Wires run to them, just unscrew or twist them to allow them to come out with the wires. Unplug the wire from the bulb, and plug it into a new bulb, (do not get fingerprints on the new bulb glass) shortens the life of the bulb. Put it back in the hole it goes into and secure like it came out. turn on the headlight switch to test the new bulb before you put it in the headlamp assembly housing.
the bulb will glow and ammeter will show the reading
Brighter blueish headlights that are sometimes put in newer cars. Be careful what kind you buy; some are illegal!!! See the Related Link "Wikipedia: The Halogen Lamp" for more information on the bulb.
There could be a series of problems. First, are all the wires hooked up? Is the bulb burned out? Is it just the switch that is not working? You should go and put in a new bulb, and see if it was just burned out.
on some i think you can there will be 2 switches on a panel bord and 1 will be dimmer then the other or on other trees there are different patterns some dim some very bright
Yes. Instead of sending the hot wire straight from one of the three way switches to the light, put a dimmer switch on the hot wire to control the light.
Replacing your traditional light bulbs with halogen bulbs may seem expensive in the short term, but with halogen bulbs, you will quickly recoup your financial outlay., Halogen lamps use less energy, put off less heat, and hardly ever - really! - need replacing. If a total overhaul of bulbs is overwhelming, try my method: any time a traditional bulb goes dead, I replace it with a halogen bulb. In a few years, my home will be total halogen-lit, and I will not be running out to the hardware store for bulbs any more!
The electric bulb can be light up with help of a candle. First you light up the candle with the help of a lighter in the dark. When candle lights up, locate the switch of the bulb. Put on the switch and the bulb will be light up.
The regular switch just connects in the circuit the same way as the dimmer switch came out. If the dimmer switch had its own wires the only difference will be is you will have to supply your own wires from the new switch to the existing connection. IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOBSAFELY AND COMPETENTLYREFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS. If you do this work yourself, always turn off the power at the breaker box/fuse panel BEFORE you attempt to do any work AND always use a meter or voltage indicatorto insure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.
do u put water in halogen oven
Yes, as long as it is just incandescent bulb lighting connected to the track. If there is a transformer between the voltage source from the track and the light bulb (e.g. low voltage quartz bulbs) then these fixtures can not be dimmed.
The dimmer switch on a Chevy Celebrity is mounted to the steering column, down from the ignition switch. To get to it you will need to lower the steering column. 1. Remove the under dash panel. Make note of how it comes off so you can put it back. 2. Remove the trim panel under the steering column. If you have a trunk release unplug the wires. 3. Take out the four bolts that hold the steering column in place, removal of the steering wheel is not necessary. Let it rest on the seat. 4. The dimmer switch is operated by a rod going up to the turn signal stalk. Take note of how it is attached. 5. Unplug the wire from the dimmer switch. 6. Remove the screws and take off the switch. If the replacement switch comes with any further instructions follow them. Reverse the steps to put it all back together.