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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the dimmer switch worked for a while after replacing the fixture, it could be that the new fixture has a higher wattage and overloaded the dimmer switch "burning it out".
Dimmer switches are notorious for not living up to their rated wattage, and most will eventually "go bad" even if they are not overloaded.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
My first thought is that if you were using these devices to replace existing light switches, the MA-S8AM has an additional electrical connection that wasn't necessary with a light switch or the MA-600. The MA-S8AM has an addtional screw on it (I think its silver in color) that connects to the neutral wire in the circuit. Hopefully you have a bunch of white wires all wire-nutted together in the back of the box - pull a connection from there and attach.
If that's not the issue, then I would call Lutron's tech support. They're available 24/7, so you may as well. They're at 1-800-523-9466.
Posted on Oct 22, 2010
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