where you located? here in ny the frost level goes down four feet in the dead of winter. this is considering a normal frost of 35 below zero.
ain't the water a little cold? I mean wait until the winter when you got 42 degree water coming out of the faucet!
Be interesting to find out why those other fixtures buzz. This way if someone has a similar problem you can refer them to the "other" fixture.
The following diagram shows how to wire a split wired outlet where the upper half is hot always and the bottom is switched, in lieu of a room light.
Take one of your other led bulbs, the one(s) that don't buzz and put it into the can and see if IT buzzes. That way you can eliminate the cause of it.
I think everyone's got roofing shingles and cement siding shingles confused. Cement fibrous siding is available. I sharpen carbide saws as a...
If that black stuff in the background is old romex wire, it should be installed in drilled holes in the joists, not laid on top of them.
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I don't see why unless the magnetics produced by the internal transformer has something to do with the lamp's close proximity to the metal cans
Are your "other" brands the same bulb as used in the cans?
Diagrams of typical SINGLE POLE switches.
Feed in HOME box, Feed in FIXTURE BOX
Two 3 way diagrams
Feed in home BOX[ATTACH]
Feed in FIXTURE BOX
I tried to do some research on LED bulbs. #1 It satisfied my first suspisions that these things operate on DC power. Well, now I got AC going...
the buzzing from a florescents come from the iron laminations of the ballast, which is a transformer. the iron laminations vibrate from something...
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