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I have a peculiar situation. My LED light is fully dimmable down to 10% per manufacturer spec (this light). To test its function, I hardwired the light to a plug (like this Plug) via a dimmer switch (this ), and plugged into a wall receptacle. It dimmed nicely. So I then hardwired the switch to a 15amp feed in a box. The light turns on and off, but doesn't dim. What could be the cause?

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    The first cause could be that you hard-wired the switch incorrectly. Pictures of the wiring job are usually helpful for questions like this. – Chris M. Jan 25 '18 at 20:17
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    You also may have accidentally let the magic smoke out of the dimmer. – Tyson Jan 25 '18 at 20:21
  • Thanks Chris. The black wire from the light fixture is connected to the red screw. And the black wire from the panel is connected to the black screw. – Kent Jan 26 '18 at 22:24

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