It could be that you have a bad connection behind the fixture. If the wire nut is loose you will have voltage, but not as much current making the light dim. If the connection is bad, then it gets hot, the hotter it gets, the worse the connection can get. You get the picture. Also, the porcelain or bakelite plastic socket the bulb goes into has rivets at the base of it up inside the fixture. Sometimes these can become loose causing the same situation as above.
The impedence of the ballast is system voltage dependent to allow required current to pass through the light fixture. If system voltage changes, the current passing through the light fixture changes, therefore to get designed output from the fixture, the ballast has to be changed.
yes it can
Look on the label of the fixture ,it will tell you the maximum wattage the fixture will safely handle.
Yes. The difference between fixtures rated for indoor and outdoor use is their level of protection from outside elements, i.e. moisture. Using an indoor rated fixture outdoors would result in an early failure due to water intrusion into the fixture. Using an outdoor fixture indoors should work fine. Also, because of the more robust nature of fixtures rated for outdoor service, they are usually more expensive.
That depends on what type of battery is needed, who manufactured the light fixture, and what region of the world you are in. Contact the manufacturer.
To remove a glued on bathroom light fixture from a mirror, the best product to use is WD-40. Spray on the WD-40 and wait a few minutes while holding up the light fixture so it will not suddenly fall. Gently pull on the light fixture while using a putty knife to scrape the area underneath the lamp next to the mirror. Glue residue can also be cleaned up with the WD-40 after the fixture releases.
A fixture is what the light bulb goes into.
yes a pool light is typically a sealed unit. this is to prevent water from entering the light and coming in contact with the electrical components of the light. if water were to enter the light it could damage the light fixture and also trip the light breaker or gfci. in addition in some situations if the light were not installed correctly/electrically protected correctly (with breaker and gfci) could cause a dangerous situation to bathers. to change the light bulb in a pool light fixture the light fixture must be brought above the waters surface and the lense with lense gasket removed bulb changed then lense with lense gasket replaced and the light reinstalled in the light niche in the wall of the pool below the waters surface. you must also use the appropriate bulb for the light fixture. this is not as simple as just picking up a bulb from home depot and threading it in as you would do with an outdoor flood light. light repairs should only be performed by a trained pool professional as it could be dangerous if not done correctly.
Hi, I just changed the whole fixture for the third light. There are two caps on each side of the fixture. With flat screw driver, take off the caps and take out the screws. The light fixture will come out and twist the socket of the light bulb. Now you can able to change the light bulb. I hope this will help you all.
Check to see if the fixture has a sensitivity setting or switch. Perhaps it needs to be adjusted or set correctly? I'm looking for the proper settings for mine now. Here is THE ANSWER: The photo cell that senses light and darkness is sensing the light coming from the fixture being controlled. Reposition the sensor away from the light of the fixture. Or shield the sensor from the light. Ideally the sensor should be located away from the light source.
We could suddenly see, play and work in the dark.
The light is wired the same as any voltage fixture. Bring the source voltage to the fixture and connect it to the two fixture wires. If you want to control the off-on of the fixture take the source voltage to a switch first and then out of the switch to the light fixture.
Take the nut off at the bottom of the light fixture by unscrewing it.
A fancy light fixture may be called a chandelier(originally a hanging candelabra).
Disconnect the fixture wires and remove the central mounting nut to release the dome from the light fixture in a ceiling fan.
If the question is, can I wire a switch to an existing light fixture (and I must assume that it's something like a pull-chain light fixture), the answer is yes.If the question is, "how do I wire a switch to an existing light fixture that has no external switch", the answer is, "in series".The attached web site gives simple instructions on how to wire a basic light switch to an existing light.See sources and related links below
I would recommend getting a Led Light fixture. Around 30-50 watts if you get a led light! remember leds cost a lot but last very long.
A lock is a fixture, same as a light, sink, tub. A fitting is usually a part of a fixture, or a fixture is made up of fittings.
It just holds the bulb, does not have a switch in the fixture.
The tail light lens on a 1989 Chevy Celebrity is part of the tail light fixture and cannot be conveniently removed. If you want to change a light bulb you have to remove the tail light fixture from the car. To remove the tail light fixture: 1. In the trunk next to the quarter panel are three nuts, remove the center nut. It should be in the center of the tail light fixture. 2. Pull the tail light fixture so that the stud comes out of the body, then pull outward to pull the tab out of the backup light fixture. 3. You can now take the appropriate socket out and replace the bulb. Reverse the steps to replace the light fixture.
Connect the ground wire from the light fixture to the ground wire in the ceiling box.
A fixture or device that holds a light in place by means of some sort of socket, that is connected to a power source.
Home Depot offers all your house indoor and outdoor needs. They have a light fixture that operates when it detects movement which is nice at night when you don't want to leave a light on all night.
A marble light is a light fixture made of marble.
A recessed light fixture with a rubber gasket approved for use in a damp location, e.g. shower light.