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Assembly instructions needed for p4441-20EBWB5-13W CFL Chandelier


Hello there,

Pretty bad service considering the price of those things

I found this For some info http://progresslighting.com/distributors.aspx
just enter (cut and paste from here) p4441-20EBWB5-13W CFL Chandelier
Oh and COMPLAIN on that site too !!!!!

Here you go, Some kind souls show you how to assemble
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=chandelier+assemble

Sep 20, 2014 | Toys

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There is a green strobe bulb on chandelier in foyer. I cant get it off.


Try turning the power off when it is down. A ladder may be useful as well.

Nov 29, 2013 | 3d Rose Electrical Supplies

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Electrical conntection for Chandelier Tried to send problem twice before, but don't know if you recvd it. My problem is the wiring for install. outlet box has 2/blk/2wht/1red....fixture has...


use the same as when you took it down, white is neutral, red is power from switch, green is ground, look at wiring for new chandelier instructions should tell you what goes where, if al else fails get an electrician to wire for you

Sep 06, 2011 | Home

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I have always used a lutron maestro dimmer. I replaced the chandelier and put in 6-60 watt bulbs. My previous chandelier used 18-25 watt chandelier bulbs and the dimmer worked fine. after changing the...


You should have just two wires plus a ground hooked up to the dimmer. It should install just like the maestro. If you are getting no lights with a double tap, or tap and hold, and if the led is not on, it is one of several things. Most are basic, but will list anyway. Check that your connections are good. Make sure you have power there. Make sure the bulbs are good. If all is fine, you probably have a defective dimmer if it worked prior to this. To test, take the dimmer out, restore power, and carefully touch one insulated wire to the other one. If the light comes on, it is the dimmer at fault.

Mar 06, 2011 | Lutron ELECTRONICS MAW-600H-LA SMART...

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The light in the kitchen doesn't come on. If you hold it sideways, it comes on. The fireplace doesn't come on and there is no crackling sound. Everything else works.


only problem I shared with you is the chandelier... the door, upon opening, turns the chandelier on... you'll see the switch in the hinge area of the door

Jan 02, 2011 | Mattel New Mattel Barbie Townhouse

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Is there a button that has to be pushed in order to turn on the chandelier? My daughter wants it to work and I can't seem to figure it out.


The chandelier only works when you open the front door. Make sure the front door and chandelier are properly secured or the chandelier will not come on. Hope this helps.

Dec 26, 2010 | Mattel New Mattel Barbie Townhouse

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I just installed a chandelier. This is a new connection. So I ran a 3 wire from the chanderlier to a new lutron slide dimmer. I then ran a 2 wire from this dimmer to the switch. When I turned the...


Lutron Dimmer manuals
http://www.lutron.com/Service-Support/Technical/InstallationInstructions/Pages/InstallationInstructions.aspx?syst=Dimmers+%26+Switches&prodn=Maestro%C2%AE+dimmer+%26+switch

Lutron manuals show a couple things that might be affecting you lights.
1) Wattage: If you have wrong wattage dimmer
2) Type of light bulb: Dimmers work on different types of bulbs
3) Wiring: You say you got 3 wires going to the chandelier? Why you got 3 wires? Is this a 3 way switch? Are the chandelier bulbs wired separately so you can control groups of bulbs with different switches?
Does the dimmer have 3 screws? A dark-colored screw and 2 brass screws? If so, then that sounds like a 3-way dimmer. A 3-way, is where more than one switch controls the same light.

Does the dimmer have 2 screws? Then that dimmer controls a single circuit. Your black Hot wire from breaker box connects to one screw and the black wire to Load connects to other screw.
A quick glance at Lutron wiring manual shows that Hot and Load wires connect to either screw.
The question is your 3-wires from the chandelier ... does the black Hot wire from breaker arrive in the ceiling box first? Or does it arrive in the wall box first? If your Hot arrives in ceiling box, then the Hot must come down to the switch box and connect to a screw on the dimmer >>> a second wire connects to other screw on dimmer and travels up to the ceiling box where it connects to black wire on chandelier. The white wire on chandelier connects to white Neutral.
4) Dimmer might be bad

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How high should we install our chandelier over the table


It depends how high your ceiling is and the size of the chandelier. If your dining room is eight feet tall, hang the chandelier 27 to 36 inches above the table.

Visit www.metropolitandecor.com and ask their lighting experts for more info.

Jan 12, 2010 | American Standard 7048.203.___ Chandler...

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Did I burn out my chandelier?


the watts on the bulb doesnt matter but it sounds like your switch is fried

Jan 04, 2009 | Dryers

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Light switch


If the previous light worked ok and you didn't touch the wall switch, you must have a faulty connection at the chandelier end, check the connections again. Is there a seperate switch on the chandelier?

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