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Spray Foam Near Recessed Lights

That foam plug will need to be removed simply because there is no room to place the light and driver box that comes with most LED canless lights. Use the same tool you used for cutting the hole in the ...
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Adjusting Dimmer with no visible low end trim

Without a trim adjustment, the low and high ends of the dimmer are static. You could read the specifications to find low end and then replace the total bulb wattage to match.
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Adjusting Dimmer with no visible low end trim

I have a half dozen of those dimmers in my house and have installed hundreds and they all do that. I never gave it a second thought. Bulbs need a certain amount of voltage/current to turn on. Once ...
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3 wires, 2 switches, 1 problem!

A broken tab and 2 hot wires suggests you have more than one circuit in the box. The first step is to identify both circuit breakers. Despite what was posted in another answer, you should not ...
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3 wires, 2 switches, 1 problem!

First identify the wires, with the breaker off choose 2 bundles and connect them together (black to black, white to white) make sure the one you didn't choose cannot short against anything. Then turn ...
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How to disribute spotlights to provide best light results?

decide the illumination level for the room, lux or footcandles. So given the illumination needed, divide by the output of one lamp. That tells you how many you need. once you know how many then you ...
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How can I remove the trim from this recessed light

They have LEDs that screw right into the existing fixture also unless you really want to replace the entire fixture and housing.
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How can I remove the trim from this recessed light

It is likely just fused to your paint. If you can use a thin putty knife to get under the trim all the way around, it will likely fall out because I do t see any springs holding it in place.
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