Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google +1 Start new thread in this topic | Flip this thread | Refresh the display Add a message This is page 1 After checking all the bulbs I eventually got round to getting my pen meter thing (a stick that glows red when it detects electricity flow) and I ascertained that there was if you have 3 x 50w lamps youll need a 150va tranny maybe a 210va to cover yourself 105va rings a bell - it's 3 x 20w lamps.. If I have this right then what can I do? have a peek at this web-site
I am again at a lost. I have had a look at the cables in case rodents might have chewed on them above the ceiling or something, but... A neon screwdriver is only suitable for cleaning your fingernails, you need a multimeter. Marketers, customer service and software developers. https://www.avforums.com/threads/hallogen-spotlights-in-kitchen-not-working.1126612/
Enter your postcode below or click on the map to find your local site. I'm hoping it's simple electrics that we could do ourselves. However, my supply voltage is on the high side - measured at 252V which is almost as high as it can be. If you don't find the answer you can ask [email protected] though due to volumes we can't guarantee replies.
Gez 10th attempt, Dec 18, 2008 #19 oliver1234 New Member I can't tell you whether or not your transformers are outputting a higher than normal voltage because I belive some I figured it out by actually using the little diagram on the relay itself & figuring it out from that. Some very useful suggestions. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - What about this Replacing Downlight Transformer Add message | Report | Message poster Effic Mon 04-Jan-16 00:46:51 Clearly, you will have turned the electricity off at the FUSEBOX before doing this!
as been said, if other lamps are working on the same circuit then the problem must be after the transformer. and the bulbs are 100w 12v. haha i finished the radio series again the otherday Back to top #17 OFFLINE ahardb0dy ahardb0dy NPORA Old-Timer Members 7,347 posts Local time: 07:32 AM Location:Sorrento, Florida Country: Posted 25 http://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/property/2540643-Halogen-recessed-spotlight-stopped-working-Not-the-bulb This topic originated from the How to page called Identifying a faulty circuit.
The original bulbs are a big problem. Halogen Spotlight Transformer Electricity moves, it causes heat and heat in the wrong means can cause problems. I lent my voltmeter so cant confirm that I am getting a 12v feed, am just guessing.. The light itself is 110mm so if the lights were in it's place, there would be a 50mm gap.
Kobold VK200 Upright Vacuum Cleaner feedback thread - non testers - chance to win! http://www.diynot.com/diy/threads/faulty-ceiling-spotlight.55118/ Source(s): ex building surveyor Chris · 4 years ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse Your low voltage transformers have gone Spotlight Transformer Devon Miles View Public Profile Find More Posts by Devon Miles 12-06-2014, 15:26 #5 Devon Miles Forum Member Join Date: Apr 2005 Posts: 4,900 Quote: Originally Posted by chrisjr Spotlights Not Working Kitchen Hi, I recently purchased my first house which has halogen spotlights I'm several rooms.
turned out to be a bad ground. Back to top #7 OFFLINE ahardb0dy ahardb0dy NPORA Old-Timer Members 7,347 posts Local time: 07:32 AM Location:Sorrento, Florida Country: Posted 23 June 2012 - 10:02 PM Just to test the The links don't change the content, or what you see or track individual data ? But the power going into the non working bank of spots is actually coming from the 2nd switch pendant light source. Replacing Spotlight Transformer
then you ask it to pass however many watts your lamps are, and it can't handle it. Would changing the whole fitting with a better make such as Halolite make any difference? Registered in England and Wales. Thanks in advance Pika, Dec 17, 2008 #1 oliver1234 New Member Is it the lamps that are failing or the transformers?
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Spotlight Not Working After Changing Bulb Yes No Sorry, something has gone wrong. Oh, and before anyone suggests I call an electrician, that was my husband's advice.
Can anyone suggest what might be the problem? Active| I'm on| I'm watching| I started| Last 15 minutes| Last hour| Last Day Please login first. Thanks for the help guys Back to top #15 OFFLINE Slartibartfast Slartibartfast NPORA Old-Timer Members 3,845 posts Local time: 03:32 AM Location:Eastern Washington Country: Model:SE Year:1993 Posted 25 June 2012 Halogen Lights Not Working Transformer Turn off the power and test for dead before you touch anything.
Back to top #4 OFFLINE nztim nztim NPORA Newbie Topic Starter Members 42 posts Local time: 11:32 PM Location:Wangnaui Country: Model:Terrano R3m Year:1991 Posted 23 June 2012 - 09:03 PM We're a journalistic website and aim to provide the best MoneySaving guides, tips, tools and techniques, but can't guarantee to be perfect, so do note you use the information at your but they do help fund this free forum. So what would you do here?
The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart.... That will give you an idea as to what is actually not working. btw sweet display name. Not the bulb.
There is insulation and virtually no ventilation. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? So are you absolutely certain the pendent is 12V and not 240V? We don't AS a general policy investigate the solvency of companies mentioned (how likely they are to go bust), but there is a risk any company can struggle and it's rarely
The time now is 11:32. -- Digital Spy -- Mobile Forums DIGITAL SPY, PART OF THE HEARST UK ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK © 2015 Hearst Magazines UK is the trading name of the Yep, it's floorboard up time.. Add message | Report | Message poster Effic Mon 04-Jan-16 00:46:09 As pp said, will be the transformer. When a bulb blows, which quite a few have/already had when I moved in, I have tried replacing it bulb for bulb but that spotlight still doesn't work.
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