Lamp. Monday , September 25th , 2017 - 09:40:41 AM
Check the mounting areas of your plug in hanging lamp to avoid heat-producing systems or components like an exhaust system. Enough airspace should be provided to transfer heat properly. The lamp lens must be free of dirt and kept clean to help lower the temperature.
Repairing Damage: Remove the plug of your plug in hanging lamp once in a while and assess the socket if the wires and connections are good. The continuity of the cord should be flawless. Apply duct tape as needed and non-corrosive grease on all junctions, terminals and plugs to prevent corrosions.
Under voltage is also a sign of poor connection or ground termination probably stemming from corrosion and bad ground points. Check the connections and apply non-conductive grease. Keep your plug in hanging lamp cool since too much heat can be detrimental to long-term functionality. LED or incondesant lamps should dissipate the heat produced for longer lifespan.
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