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I recently did the exact same thing you're evaluating. We used a conversion kit to install a pendant light above our sink where there was previously a recessed light. As far as dimmability goes, that's mostly up to the switch and the bulb you have, i.e. you have to have a dimmer switch and a compatible, dimmable bulb. We went with Leviton in this particular ...


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That connection method should have no effect on dimmability - I've used dozens of replacement can lights that use such an adapter on dimmers, and they work fine. The more common problem I've experienced with dimming a single fixture with LEDs is that many of the LED-compatible dimmers have a minimum wattage as well as a maximum wattage that they will dim on ...


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So 6 years later I'll post what I did to fix this. Basically, I took a small flat brace, a spacer and a wood screw to retain the lights in place. I spray painted everything black so it would blend and screwed it in just tight enough that the brace could be swiveled out of the way in order to access the puck and change the bulb. Here are some pictures: The ...


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You are in luck for making the outlet always hot. It looks to be wired as a simple switch loop. The only change required to make the outlet always hot is to separate the existing wirenut and replace the black on the outlet with the black that was pigtailed. You hadn't given any details of how you expect the switch location to control the new lights but if ...


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