Questions about: lighting - страница 6

When we moved into our house 4 years ago that was built back in 1960 we had the programmable light switch that controls the front porch light replaced by an electrician that was doing some other work on the house since it wasn't working. Well 4 years
Hello, my name's Oscar Moreno with Moreno Custom Home Visions and today we're going to teach you guys how to troubleshoot fluorescent lighting. Basic tools you're going to need are just a simple pair of pliers, right here, also you're going to need y
Every guide to changing a flourescent tube light I can find has the same basic two steps: twist, usually 90 degrees, then slip the two pins out through the slot. With this fitting,I have a fairly major problem with each step here: My light fitting ha
First things first. 1) try chcking that the light bulbs are in the light fittings correctly, this may sound patronising but some times an ill fitting bulb, or if the fitting is damaged which is causing the bulb to fit incoorectly, then this may resul
The simplest thing to do is to turn the breaker on and figure out which black wire is supplying the current. (This is arguably one of the more dangerous approaches, but it is safe if you follow precautions like have someone guarding the wires so they
The Tospo is a cheap Chinese ballast. To find ballasts, start with what bulbs will fit in the fixture (all the better if you have a bulb already). Then search for ballasts meant to drive that bulb (which also fit in your fixture)
A luxurious feature offered on many modern ceiling fans is the wireless remote control. This feature offers full operation of the fan (and any light attachment) from any location within a reasonable distance. This can be especially useful in bedrooms
This symptom is impossible without silicon electronics being involved in the delivery of power. Passive wires and windings are not capable of causing this. Common problems are common, and my first take is usually correct - a series connected old-styl
I think ThreePhaseEel and A. I. Berveleri have figured this out
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