FAQ

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No, a FC-210 has a switch on the fixture. You need to make sure you can access the switch on the fixture once it is installed in a cabinet. (Just in case it may be installed to high from the floor and you cannot reach for it).
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Cut-out a 5-1/4" x 1-7/8" to install the FC-620 in a cut-out.
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Cut-out a 9-3/4” X 1-7/8” to install the FC-625 in a cut-out.
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Staging through is a normal occurrence. This happens when the power is fluctuating to much. Simply plug the touch dimmer into a surge protector to control the staging.
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Yes, this is the way a touch dimmer is designed to maximize your dimming. 1 touch low level light, second touch medium and high for the 3rd touch. The fourth touch is off. Please see below videos showing how the touch dimmer should work.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLJ5bqCwzzw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEtQ51pi3nE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=OaPC-oPvAwo
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A 3-3/8” hole is used when recess mounting a Large puck light. (FC-470 & FC-475)

A 2-3/4" hole is used when mounting a small puck light. (FC-450 & FC-460)
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If you are going to light up more than 3 glass shelves then you will need to consider using a 50watt bulb (FC-110).
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Six Lights is the maximum number of fixtures to be operated from one switch.
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Yes, all products need a switch. Some products have switches incorporated into the fixture.
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A 3-3/8” hole is required to mount all FC-100 series lights.
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Only 120 Volt Products are shown online. Please call for 12 Volt.