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The nut in the center should be all that is holding the glass. I think you need to look closely at the edge of the glass where it contacts the fixture for traces of an adhesive someone may have used and maybe pry gently with a plastic tool keeping the nut and washer on the threads like in the picture. Other than that I'm not sure without damaging the ...


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The light fixture should have come loose after loosening that nut. Try the following: Get a step ladder or ladder and place it directly bellow the light. Get on the ladder :) Determine if the fixture is 2 separate pieces or 1 whole piece (glass + gold decorative ring) Carefully grab the light fixture with both hands and firmly turn the light fixture a ...


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Based on the Lusa Lighting Model #33000 which are sold under Hampton Bay brand #148652 (For the 3 Bulb White kit), these are not LED lights. They are straight Halogen Light Fixtures. Each of the Light is a standard 120V Halogen Bulb in a fixture, wired with a standard 2-prong outlet plug. The kit comes with a basic 3 to 1 power strip. If you have 4 lights, ...


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Ok, with the updated question... no, you really shouldn't ever power a permanently mounted light fixture from an extension cord inside a dwelling. It's acceptable in a utility outbuilding or agricultural building, but not inside a dwelling - there's too much inherent risk of an occupant (might not be you) damaging the extension cord and starting a house ...


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One option would be to go wireless. Find some fixtures that you like that would accommodate a screw in wireless adapter, and just wire them like the existing fixtures: For some reason, key-chain remotes seem to be more common than wall switches, but there are plenty out there to choose from and a ton of different styles.


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I would install a wall switch. Diagnosis. Turn the lights on. Flip breakers until the lights go off. Find a receptacle near the lights that also went off. Now, chances are, that there is a cord running up the wall from that receptacle that powers the lights. Remove the receptacle. (Power still off!) The wire coming into the box from the bottom is ...



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