Track lighting over a steamy sink
Hi - We have had two seperate runs of track lighting installed in our kitchen. One of the runs is along the wall where our kitchen sink is with a transformer sitting directly over the sink. This transformer has now been replaced twice. The transformer on the other run (by the fridge) has not failed.
I am wondering if the steam from the sink is somehow responsible for shorting out the transformer. The other piece of the puzzle is that the track lights are from Home Depot which seem to be of poor quality.
Do you think that I will have better luck by replacing the tracks with a higher quality system? Would a better quality system be able to stand up to occasional blasts of steam from the sink? And would a line voltage system work better than a low voltage one (thus not needing a transformer)?
Thanks for your help.