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Having an issue with a light fixture in our hallway. Thought the bulb burnt out and replaced it but it didn't help. Then I changed the switch. Nothing. It's not the fuse so I'm thinking the fixture has died. Before I buy a new one, any other thoughts?
make sure your insurance is up to date. :P
The indoctrinated will no longer be able to deny it, only defend it.
Buy a light bulb socket. Take fixture down. Wire up new socket to test. If it works, replace fixture socket with working socket.
it's a lot like a 9 volt battery. grab the black and white wire, put them close together and lightly touch your tongue to them.
stick yo dick in it
well aren't you special
That's the nice way to put it.
You can always count on self centered tools to jack an innocent thread. Thank you workinghere for a quality post.
Buy a tester and check for power at the fixture.
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This post was edited by Herman Melville 17 months ago
This. Test power at the switch and again at the fixture.
don't hate -- i haven't said anal since i turned over a new leaf.
And while you're at it buy a receptacle tester.
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I hope you get resolution to your problem but what was the expectation? Asking for advice on the rcmb rarely ends well.
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