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Fast blinking led indicator on dimmer switch. lights won't turn on. connected to chandelier. changed out all bulbs and now bulbs and indicator blink very fast.

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Which product is this (the one pictured doesn't have an LED indicator on it)?

I would call their tech support number 1-800-523-9466 to diagnose (available 24/7).


I suggest this because I can think of a few possibilities (is it a dimmable load or a non-dim CFL - is it an LED load that might not meet the minimum load requirement)? And I think the answer will differ based on what product you're using - do you have a model number of what product it is?

There's more answers that are needed to diagnose, so I would call tech support.

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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