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DRL AND LOW BEAMS NOT WORKING, ALL FUSES AND RELAYS CHECKED


make, model, year? most likely the module & if no problem with wiring & connectors. try to unplug & clean terminals, then re-plug.
use voltmeter (or test light) to find out presence of voltages where expected when the switch is turn on .

Oct 09, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Is this dimmer compatible with Cree LED bulbs?


Hi - I have tested Varilight Pro dimmer modules such as Varilight Pro LED Dimmer Switch module which can be used as a trailing edge or leading edge dimmer so will work with most LED bulbs. Just one thing to note is that they work with a minimum load of 10 watts or 1 lamp all the way up to 100 watts or 10 lamps.

Apr 29, 2015 | Electrical Supplies

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I need a replacement for a rhine pl-190B


A PL-190B ceiling fan module is is a Wattage Limiter rated at 190W maximum. It is about 1" square and has a red, blue and white factory wired into the fan's light circuit in most cases. The AC power to the lights is run through the module to "ensure" no one puts more than 190W (about 2 amps)of light bulbs through the circuit for "safety" reasons. So four 60w bulbs and some CFLs will trip the module. These wattage limiters are sometimes feeding the fan motor in addition to the lights, however the units I have seen just control the "blue wire" going to the lights. Some suggest simply cutting it out and splice the blue and red wires (or blue and blue) that are left in the fan after removing out the module. If the module has two whites, wirenut them together separately. Otherwise just insulate or cap the single white.
At that point your ceiling fan and lights are like all others made before 2005 and depend on the circuit breaker and you to only use four 40w bulbs max in the fan. As indicated, some low wattage CFLs will also trip the module. Some internet sources have the PL-190B available for around $15.

Dec 31, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I need a replacement part for a rhine pl-190B


A PL-190B ceiling fan module is is a Wattage Limiter rated at 190W maximum. It is about 1" square and has a red, blue and white factory wired into the fan's light circuit in most cases. The AC power to the lights is run through the module to "ensure" no one puts more than 190W (about 2 amps)of light bulbs through the circuit for "safety" reasons. So four 60w bulbs and some CFLs will trip the module. These wattage limiters are sometimes feeding the fan motor in addition to the lights, however the units I have seen just control the "blue wire" going to the lights.
Some suggest simply cutting it out and splice the blue and red wires (or blue and blue) that are left in the fan after removing out the module. If the module has two whites, wirenut them together separately. Otherwise just insulate or cap the single white.
At that point your ceiling fan and lights are like all others made before 2005 and depend on the circuit breaker and you to only use four 40w bulbs max in the fan. As indicated, some low wattage CFLs will also trip the module. Some internet sources have the PL-190B available for around $15.

Dec 31, 2013 | Hampton Bay 24002 Ceiling Fan

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Locator Light not working on leviton 6633-pl


6633-pl is single-pole and 3-way dimmer made for max 600 watt incandescent or halogen load. This dimmer does not work for CFL or inductive loads such as motor.

I have no idea what a 'locator light' is?? Do you mean the LED indicator that shows when power is connected?

Troubleshoot section of manual does not show any solution for LED malfunction.
Contact Leviton for email tech support:
http://www.leviton.com/OA_HTML/SectionDisplay.jsp?section=37619&minisite=10251

Aug 03, 2012 | Leviton Decora Light Dimmer Switch

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The switch does not glow when the lights are turned OFF.


Hi,

Pilot light switches are available in two styles, illuminated when off (to help locate the switch) and illuminated when on (to let you know the light is on - such as the case for an attic or basement light switch located on the first floor). You need to find the switch that provides the type pilot light you want.

Since you have the switch listed, you can add a module to make it work the way you want. You need a P&S #TM8LMCC8 "Snap In Light Module" to replace to narrow lower panel on the switch. The snap-in light module creates a night light effect and also causes the center of the knob to illuminate when the light is off.

Good luck!

Jul 12, 2012 | Electrical Supplies

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I bought a home with this system and need to be able to use it. Who can help me set it up?


i bought a home with a gemini system in it / i dont have the old codes can i reset this key pad

Oct 07, 2011 | Gemini Sound Products Gemini Napco...

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I bought a Hunter fan Model 21778 that uses 2 incandescent candelabra lights. Before installing it I called Hunter support to see if it was okay to use a dimmer switch for these lights (I had already...


They're right, you don't want to control the whole thing with a single incandescent dimmer. First of all, the fan-speed and the lights will all be controlled by the same dimmer setting (dim low, low fan-speed - dim high, high fan-speed) - and the dimmer's not rated to control fans anyway which can result in exactly what they said.

There is a Skylark control, the S2-LFSQ- where half the knob controls the light, the other half controls the fan. The only problem you may (and most likely) have is that in order for that to work, between the electrical box for the dimmer and the fan, there needs to be seaparate wire run for the fan, and a separate wire run for the light so that the dimmer can individual control both.

If that's a problem, I recommend the MA-LFQM-, which includes a module that you install in the ceiling with the fan. The wall switch it comes with speaks to that module, and gives you independent control of the fan and light without having to install new wiring. I have one of those myself, I've installed one in one of my friend's houses, and they work pretty well and then you don't have to worry about what wires you've got in your wall.

Jan 19, 2011 | Lutron Skylark Incanhalogen Dimmer 600w ...

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I bought dimmable energy saver bulbs and when I put the dimmer about half way down they flicker or go off. Why do they do that?


If the saver bulbs are of Fluorescent lamps type, they can not go to 0 even to 30% (depending on mains voltage: for 240V mains the range is bigger), because they need minimal voltage of about 80-100 V in order to keep the electrical arc. They vary the light level, but if by a normal dimmer give them less than about 80-100 V (max value), they will go out.
You have about 80% iconomy(compared to normal incadescent lamps) at rated voltage and it can be rased to 90 - 92% at minimum light, but not more.

You should use a special diimer if you wish to use the whole range for dimming.

Aug 07, 2010 | Electrical Supplies

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Dash lights are not working


90% of the time if your dash lights are not working it's due to a blown fuse. Check your fuses for one labeled courtesy lamps. The fuse panel should be located under your passenger side dash. If all the fuses check out fine it could also be a problem with the dimmer switch. Try raising and lowering the brightness using the dimmer switch to see if this has an noticeable affect.

Apr 02, 2010 | 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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