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Track lighting suggestion #60784
01/09/06 09:15 PM
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elecbob  Offline OP
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When you install straight or angle connectors on track lighting, take the time to remove the cover and tighten the screws on the jumper wires.

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Re: Track lighting suggestion #60785
01/09/06 09:48 PM
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Sounds like the voice of experience speaking. [Linked Image]


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Re: Track lighting suggestion #60786
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Re: Track lighting suggestion #60787
01/09/06 10:18 PM
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I didn't install it. I just repaired it.



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Re: Track lighting suggestion #60788
01/16/06 10:11 AM
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And while you're at it.....remember to tighten down the little screw that locks that connector to the track!!


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Re: Track lighting suggestion #60789
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Re: Track lighting suggestion #60790
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Not to mention you might want to let your customer know the small outlets you can buy that snap into Halo track aren't the best place to plug in your power strip feeding your BUNN commercial coffee getup.. (Found in a condition close to Scott W's photo at a mini mart once...)


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