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  • mfisher
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    You might try modding a WS467 as described in this post: https://forums.homeseer.com/showthread.php?t=183462 and also shown as mod #2 here: http://www.laureanno.com/ws467.jpg
    Last edited by mfisher; April 28, 2018, 09:22 AM.

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  • fungun
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    Well it didn't dim glow it flickered. So I had to put in a regular switch, till I get a zwave switch.

    Thanks,
    Tim

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  • Chef Ono
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    Some switch / bulb combinations will cause the bulb(s) to give off a dim glow. As far as I know, no harm will come from the situation.

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  • racerfern
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    https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/col...pass-2-fgb-002

    I wonder if this device could help with the dimming/flickering issues?

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  • rmiles7721
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    Originally posted by fungun View Post
    This is not about the plugin, but it is X10.
    We are remodeling the kitchen and the wife picked out a LED light fixture that is flush mount for over the sink.
    I have more WS467 switches in my X10 box, but I have heard that the trickle voltage will keep the light on, albeit dimmed quite a bit.
    Will that necessarily hurt anything?
    We used to keep the hood light above the stove on at night, but it is gone and we are putting in a over the stove microwave.

    Thanks,
    Tim
    I did have that issue with the WS467 with LED lights. They would flicker and it was very irritating. I've always made sure to use standard bulbs anywhere I had the X10 light switches for that reason. Finally got around to replacing my very last WS467 yesterday with a Z-wave light switch yesterday.

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  • fungun
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    WS467 switch with LED lamps [not plugin related]

    This is not about the plugin, but it is X10.
    We are remodeling the kitchen and the wife picked out a LED light fixture that is flush mount for over the sink.
    I have more WS467 switches in my X10 box, but I have heard that the trickle voltage will keep the light on, albeit dimmed quite a bit.
    Will that necessarily hurt anything?
    We used to keep the hood light above the stove on at night, but it is gone and we are putting in a over the stove microwave.

    Thanks,
    Tim
    Last edited by mfisher; April 25, 2018, 09:10 AM.
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