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[[Fluorescent Lights|Why can't I use an X10 Wall Switch Module to control a fluorescent light?]]
 
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Revision as of 00:56, 5 August 2006

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Model: WS467, WS4777, WS12A, WS13A

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Questions

I've noticed that my wall switch module feels quite warm to the touch. Is this normal, and is it safe?

Why do some modules work in some outlets and not in others?

Why do some modules sometimes turn on and off by themselves?

My wall switches are installed and appear to be working properly, but they emit an audible hum. Why does this happen? Is this normal?

Why does my Wall Switch Module turn on but not off?

Why does my Wall Switch Module turn off but not on?

Why can't I use an X10 Wall Switch Module to control a fluorescent light?

Since there are 256 possible addresses, am I limited to 256 controlled devices?

My WS13A and a WS14A are setup for a 3-way application with fluorescent lights. My WS14a will only turn the light off. Why?

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