These lights are dimmable using a $6 dimmer like this, but we opted not to do that for our bookshelves. Go on with ya fancy self. By the way… One of my most popular posts is this $4 pantry lighting solution. These lights would actually work better than what we have there, and we probably would've used them instead if we knew about them.
If done correctly, your china cabinet can be a work of art. When designing your cabinet divide it into three sections - left, middle and right side. Most china cabinets come with three shelves and it is a good idea to coordinate each shelf with similar groupings. If your cabinet has a light on the inside at the top, I recommend displaying your
i have a lighted china cabinet that the "touch control" went out on. the light stays on but will not dim/turn off using the "touch hinge". bought 2 different replacement units that control it and one worked 2 times and the other one never worked. my REAL question is what makes this thing work? does the wire to the hinge activate a micro-relay or something when you touch it? not real big on
If you have power to the receptacle, and the light still doesn't work, try unplugging the cabinet, and if you have a metal touchplate similar to a touch lamp (brass), use a metal polish on it to remove any tarnish.
Because the halogen action stops working when the bulb wall temperature falls below 260 degrees Centigrade, which may happen when the dimmer lowers the voltage, the halogen lamp blackens and its life is not prolonged as much as an incandescent lamp on a dimmer. Eventually a severely dimmed halogen lamp can become blackened and fail.
Plug the touch lamp into a working outlet. If the lamp fails to light, unplug the lamp and remove the light bulb. Check the bulb for a damaged filament. If the light bulb filament is broken,