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Hmmm a lot of rope lights are just mini xmass tree lights inside a plastic tube. If one of the bulbs burns out for that section the it takes the whole section out. Sounds like it's time for a new led rope light.

Lutron... | Answered on Sep 02, 2016

Often led s hesitate even with single pole switch. It's probably not the dimmer. Led s get powered from a transformer inside the fixture and it just takes a second for them to get going. I've found its not consistant. The same two recessed lights have different start up times.

Lutron... | Answered on Sep 02, 2016

The power supply for the led's may not be dimmable. Not sure if this dimmer is for led but I assume that's why you bought it.

Lutron... | Answered on Sep 02, 2016

If there is only a white and black and ground coming into the box from the fixture then that white is probably really a black. The black is hot, meaning it has power. The white takes the power back to the light. If you can open the light fixture box and see what wires power the light.

Lutron Maestro... | Answered on Sep 02, 2016

it shouldn't get hot like that with only 660 watts. are you sure that is total wattage??? if so there is a problem somewhere in the circuit

Lutron... | Answered on Oct 09, 2015

On single-phase wiring systems, the neutral and ground wires are connected to the same bus bar in the circuit breaker panel (thus they are the same potential). So it should work that way, although it may not be up to local electrical codes.

Lutron... | Answered on Aug 30, 2015

Try disconnecting power at the source, not a switch. Wait for a minute or so and turn on the power again. This action may "reset" the receiver. You also may find that remote control is restored after a power outage. Finally, if nothing else works, you may have to install a replacement Lutron receiver.

Lutron... | Answered on Aug 16, 2015

I do not know what happened.
Check the circuit breaker.
The electrician is probably asking somebody else right now, because tradespeople want to know everything about their trade to expand skill and make money easier.
Lutron has customer support number for you and the electrician:
Calling Lutron might narrow down what product you have, and isolate problem.
Once exact product is known, this will be helpful for the electrician.
Plus you can re-post a question on fixya, and expert will look up that product and give possible help. This will also help you double-check the electrician.
Between Lutron, the electrician, and fixya, a solution is probably reachable.

Lutron... | Answered on Mar 30, 2015

Unless you install a device to 'cleanse' the power coming into your home this will happen due to fluctuations. Think if you have seen on movies when someone is in the shower and the toilet is flushed causing the cold to change in pressure burning who is in the shower. Many people are using the same power you are so it fluctuates up and down easily seen by watching a light bulb or listening to a box fan on low

Lutron... | Answered on Aug 11, 2014

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