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Outdoor Light Fixtures

Discussion in 'Broadlands Community Issues' started by Chsalas, Sep 23, 2019.

  1. Chsalas

    Chsalas Member

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    Well, looks like the outdoor fixtures need to be replaced, does anyone know where these can be purchased? They are on a Van Meter Spruce home built in 2003.
     

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  2. stoner

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    But they look beautiful.
     
  3. Chsalas

    Chsalas Member

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    They are in great condition but I replaced bulbs recently and now they don't work. Well one of the fixtures doesnt work now. Tried changing bulbs twice so don't know what else to do except replacem
     
  4. L0stS0ul

    L0stS0ul hmmmm

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    Ours was built in 03 as well and don't look anything like that. Looks like those have been replaced before. IMG_20190923_195827.jpg
     
  5. hokie'81

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    Sometimes debris can get in the sockets and short the light. You might try cleaning/vacuuming them out really well before you replace them. They are pretty!
     
  6. jmr0023

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    I had to replace mine recently and I wasn't able to find the same kind anywhere. If you don't replace with the same kind you are supposed to get approval from the HOA and I believe that all of the exterior lights would need to match so repairing what you have now would be easiest.
     
  7. Thunderchild

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    Make sure your GFI outlet hasn't been tripped.
     
  8. JulyLady

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    was thinking the same thing - mine tripped and I couldn't figure out why the light was not workin any longer....it was the GFI outlet
     
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    My neighbor hired two electricians over the course of 2 years trying to determine why their light fixture was out. Turns out their GFCI was located in the garage on the wall where they had a five foot tall wall of boxes covering it. Mine is in the basement adjacent to the water heater and I never would have found it if not for the building inspector pointing it out. I immediately labeled it so I wouldn't forget.
     

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