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Installed single pole Diva 600PR switch, won't dim, but measures 122V on both the black leads of the switch regardless of the dimmer switch location

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SOURCE: Install a single pole light dimmer

House wires are for a 3 way switch, you will need a different switch

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Ok, first turn off power by finding the break box and switching to off. Then I'm assuming you mean by "socket" you mean the hole in electrical box mounted in or on your wall the dimmer is supposed to mount to. Sounds like your electrician ran the power back to the switch through your neutral/white wire. Your dimmer has a top and bottom, it also could possible have a tiny word imprinted that says "to light" and "+" if not attach the white from your socket to the top black wire on the dimmer, then connect bottom black wire to the socket's black wire...ground wires should connect to each other and to the ground in the wall socket. Use wire nuts to secure, then check to make sure no wires are touching anything except for what they are supposed to me touching...and test it before you permanently attach. Go switch power back on, and try your dimmer...if it works GREAT:) Now go turn off power one more time, tape your wire nuttted connections with electrical tape, mount dimmer and go turn back on the power. Hope this helped! Thanks

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Can a single pole dimmer replacement 3-way control dimmer?

no a single pole dimmer is for 1 location control you need a 2 location control dimmer, return the dimmer for an exchange ensuring you tell them 2 location master dimmer

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SOURCE: Trying to install pass & seymour / legrand

I installed two D703p single pole. I was replacing two other brand that were stilling working at the time. The first one went to a light in the dinning room, and it worked, it had two black wires. The second one went to a wall plug in with two red wires, I can not get it to work. thanks for your help Don

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SOURCE: After instalation of 600w lutron

This, unfortuantely, is one of the usual challenges associated with dimming. The buzzing usually gets worse at around the 1/2 light level point. I don't think the issue has to do with whether the lamp is halogen, but rather how the lamp is physically constructed - and that differs from manufacturer to manufacturer. Long story short, I would take note of the lamps you purchased, and when replaced, I would opt for a different manufacturer.

Posted on Oct 18, 2010

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First of all, in general, dimmers (even at their highest setting) cause the lights to dim even a little bit. If you are doing a 1-for-1 comparison, you may notice a difference - but honestly, it shouldn't be THAT dramatic that you're able to notice it.

My first suggestion is to double-check the model number. There's a version of Diva with a "G" in the model number (DV-603PG-) which was designed with a lower-high-end light level than normal (designed to guarantee extra energy-savings).

If the model number checks out, my next suggestion is to upgrade to a spec-grade product (like an NT-600-WH). The commercia/specification grade products have a higher high-end than the residential grade products. It still will dim the lights a little bit, but will be better.

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The green wire in your switch is the ground connection, and joins to the green insulated or bare copper ground wire in the switch box. The red wire is the common connection. It connects either to the incoming AC hot wire from the electric panel, or to the hot terminal of the light fixture, depending on the switch location. The two black wires are traveller connections. They connect to the traveller terminals of the other 3-way switch.

If you purchased this switch as a replacement for a regular single-pole toggle switch or dimmer switch - one that controls a light from a single location only - then this isn't what you need and you can't use it. You'll know if you have a single-pole switch because it will have only three wires or screw connections. Return it and get a single-pole.

To install this as a replacement for a 3-way toggle switch or dimmer, connect the red wire to the wire going to the common terminal of the original switch. This will be a black- or brass-colored screw on a toggle switch, or the different-colored (not green, that's ground) wire on a dimmer. The black wires connect to the wires that go to the traveller screws (copper-colored) on a toggle switch, or the same-colored wires on a dimmer. It doesn't matter which traveller wire connects to which.

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