I bought a house three months ago and I'm slowly getting around to different projects. We have beautiful halogen in-cabinet lights above our kitchen sink but the light fixtures seem to fall out every three weeks. I haven't gotten around to pushing the last batch in just yet.
There are many that have fallen out and are dangling:
And a couple that are burnt out. I'll swap the bulbs out tonight.
What can I do to keep these from falling out? I don't see a way to secure them more effectively. Should I buy pieces of cork to wedge in there? I want to be able to get them down when it's time to change the bulb however.
Edit A few more pictures:
Light from the side - there are small plastic "tension" clips that don't seem to be doing their job anymore:
From the rear:
Light from the front (a bit dark)
There is a significant gap between the top of the hole that the lights are mounted in and the bottom of the cabinet above. I can't directly attach the bulb to the cabinet above.
I am also concerned about using any form of adhesive as these are halogen lights and they get quite hot...