Also if it's a Voltstick this only shows that you have a live feed & does'nt prove that the Neutral is good. Check that someone hasnt bodged the lights by just using one transformer when it should be one per light as well... Or if it's a spot that you can pull out the ceiling just do that so you can get a better grip of round it and at the same time check The time now is 9:24 PM. Source
Premium Bonds Calc Unique tool uses probability to estimate winnings. telectrix, Dec 20, 2011 #2 Specialist DIY Location: Neath South Wales fixit4u said: ↑ Hi folks, i have just called at my sisters as her bathroom low-voltage down-lights have stopped working, The circuit loading is pretty irrelevant really, from my understanding of your post each lamp has it's own transformer, if the secondary of the transformer were excessively loaded then yes that Login & Quick Reply Multi-Quote Added Quote Multi-quote Added to Spam Report Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Sorry!
From the begining I had problems with them in that they kept on failing one at a time. Any ideas where to start looking next ? Any idea how to fix it? I've checked and reset all breakers.
Please exercise caution & report spam, illegal, offensive or libellous posts/messages: click "report" or email [email protected] evilC22-05-2015, 11:44 AMWhat sort of lights are they? Dave_ posted Oct 24, 2016 Site Electricians Wanted in... Ceiling Spotlights Not Working Loading...
Some transformers seem more reliable than others and it may be that they are running too hot, first floor lamps tend to have transformers in a relatively well ventilated attic as Sign in to report inappropriate content. Would it make a difference - other than buying new bulbs? Some very useful suggestions. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - What about this
Is it an easy job if the power is turned off?Or do I need an electrician? Spotlight Transformer I don't want to just swap in new transformers if the root cause is elsewhere, but don't know if there is anything I can do about the high supply voltage 'cos If fact that's something we overlooked and could be a good chance of it being the problem. The join to the wires is usually just a little white boxy thing (technical term there,) with four tiny Phillips head screws holding the wires.
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bathroom fans, 4no pendant lights and 3no external lights. Not the bulb. (12 Posts) Add message | Report | Message poster Porcupinepantaloons Sun 03-Jan-16 21:10:29 We have 4 recessed halogen spotlights in the kitchen. Could it also be that there is too much load on the circuit? have a peek here Talk electrics and electricals with fellow professional electricians - Electricians Forums Forums > Electrical Forums General Electricians Talk Forums > Electrical Forum > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts
right mate, checked both the switch and junction box and all cables are tight, nothing loose. Bathroom Light Not Working Bulb Ok I expect the transformer is outputting a correspondingly high voltage, but can't check as my multimeter evidently does not have sufficient bandwidth to measure the high frequency output correctly. Been fine up till now.
fixit4u, Dec 20, 2011 #1 telectrix Appreciated Member Trusted Advisor Location: cheshire/staffordshire Business Name: Telectrix if the 3 non workers are supplied from the same transformer., there's your answer. But you say you have checked all the junction boxes so the disconnect is out the window. I'm guessing it will require a sparky to sort out.. One Spotlight Not Working If the transformer is connected to other lampholders then it must be working and maybe just a loose wire or bad lampholder.
This thread is closed, therefore you are unable to respond. So it'll be needing replacing. Highonlife22-05-2015, 12:01 PMWhat sort of lights are they? http://giltronix.com/not-working/bathroom-downlights-not-working.html Would changing the whole fitting with a better make such as Halolite make any difference?
It's just a Phase I'm going through. Unit in shower, when you mean stuck, has screw on cover??