I have changed the connectors, checked the bulbs, and still nothing. The most common cause is the loss of power to the system due to a tripped Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter or GFCI. (Sometimes called GFI). During stormy weather with heavy moisture Reply Paul Gosselin says: June 13, 2016 at 10:34 am Hello Dave. Most LEDs won't work with an electronic transformer unless it's specifically made for LEDs and they will burn up. have a peek here
The transformer display works but no lights come on. I still have 7 Brick LED wall/step pathway lights that are not LED, I noticed when I disconnected 2 of the step lights some of the lights at the end of Some transformers are pool and spa rated, meaning that they can be used to operate appropriately rated lighting in bodies of water that are meant for human use. You are the owner of this article. http://www.stltoday.com/lifestyles/home-and-garden/home/many-things-can-keep-outdoor-light-from-working/article_a75eb83c-a791-5825-a5cb-e34c2c46e0be.html
Reply Paul Gosselin says: May 2, 2015 at 3:31 pm Hello Darin. Reply GaryK says: May 11, 2016 at 1:38 pm I have a Malibu transformer (3100-1120-01) with a photo eye. I wonder whether any one have the solution.
Even if you've replaced it, it could have been a bad light bulb right out of the package (it happens more than you might think). Or is it likely to be a problem with the bulb (is it possible I need a special kind of bulb)? Reply Jim says: July 8, 2015 at 1:51 pm First thanks for the replies to all the questions! Outside Light Does Not Work I didn't install this system so I have no idea what could cause this.
These go bad all the time. Dusk To Dawn Light Not Working Reply Paul Gosselin says: December 28, 2015 at 11:31 am OK, so it's a Unique Multi-Matic transformer. The breaker on the transformer would trip about 1-2 seconds after the timer turned the lights on.
I hope this was helpful to you and good luck with your project.
Normally, this type of post light would have a regular light bulb. Yard Lamp Post Not Working Reply Darlene says: December 11, 2015 at 2:36 pm Thank you Paul for your quick reply! Thanks for your help! There is a 3 gang box that contains 2 four screw switches and one three screw switch.
It's either that or they are wired in "series" and the fifth fixture is burned out or shorted out, not allowing power to the rest of the fixtures. The problem is 10/30/2016 10/30/2016 urelectrician I am trading out one light and putting in two recessed 10/27/2016 10/27/2016 Mike_G2010 I have an outlet 3 phase that is reading 108 on Landscape Lighting Not Working There is no error being reported but the transformer is making a ‘clunk' kind of sound every second or two. Outside Lamp Post Not Working What color is your home?
ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Proper voltage ~121vAC is present at all locations and properly shut off by switch. Ok, I don't know what a GFCI is but I googled it and see it looks like just an outlet? AND #2 does the "leave 10 feet between the transformer and the 1st fixture" rule still apply to LED fixtures or just to the incandescent I previously had installed in my Outdoor Light Sensor Not Working
Reply Matt says: July 7, 2015 at 9:11 am Thanks! I have checked voltage at the switch, a junction box in the basement (where the outdoor/indoor cable meet), and at the socket. I thought it was 600 watts, but turns out only 300 watts. 10 lights total will eventually be hooked up to this transformer. Add to Want to watch this again later?
The second 4 way switch controls 2 inside fluorescents and the third. Lamp Post Light Sensor Not Working Not all of them. asked 2 years ago viewed 1268 times active 2 years ago Blog Stack Overflow Job Search: Better, Faster, Stronger Related 4Troubleshooting of lamp which refuses to work after bulb change6How can
Could a short in the ground cable be the cause? What went wrong? Then I notices one night the lights were not on and one of them was flickering. Photocell Outdoor Lighting Troubleshooting Next, check the outlet where your low voltage lighting transformer is plugged in. Unplug it temporarily and plug in a radio or small appliance to see if you have power there.
Take the extra time and replace all of the wire anyway because it has holes in the jacket that will allow for wicking and corrosion. Connections also are a HUGE contributor to a load problem. It's not unusual for a transformer of 600 watts or more to make a noise when they engage due to the contactor inside. I replaced it with a Portfolio 120 watt transformer from Lowe's.
To correct your problem you will probably need to run another wire out to the fixture location to lighten the load. I hope this information is helpful to you. Atfer it cools down they come back on. Does the photo eye need to be replaced (and how) or might it be something else?
That light does not go on nor do the other four on the single circuit. A dimmed 50 watt light is still a 50 watt load so dimming does not help. I replaced the socket, not fixed. The cost of the bulbs was nothing compared to the cost of getting to them.
I now need to replace a transformer yet again! Probably shortened even more by being in a post light that can be rattled by the wind. · actions · 2014-Apr-6 1:20 pm · your moderator at work hidden : Trolling Imagine a horseshoe with the transformer on the lower right, lights going up to the top of the horseshoe, where one spot light resides and path lights going back down the We used to recommend using a product called Over-N-Out, but we no longer endorse that product.
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Customer: right on 4 screwsCraig : So there are three switches involved here?Customer: Two three ways - one controls one outside light, one a fluorescent in the garage and one switch Sign in Transcript Statistics 38,410 views 48 Like this video? Unless it has a white before? A quality transformer with good windings and insulation will be much better than a black plastic container.
The switch is part of 2 others which are not having any problems.Any ideas? · actions · 2012-Jul-14 9:06 pm · brianPremium Memberjoin:2002-05-02Lake Forest, CA brian Premium Member 2012-Jul-14 9:10 pm I unplug the plug from the outlet and wait 10 seconds and replug the transformer in and the lights will work fine.