Flood light falls down

ct1099October 13, 2013

I have a 2-bulb outdoor motion light that one side just won't stay aimed where I set it. Within a week it has slipped and is pointing down at the ground. Any ideas of how I can just make and attach a little brace to support it? I have to climb a ladder to get to it, so whatever I do will be 10 feet off the ground.

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Most likely, there is a screw or nut which has to be tightened. Loctite might work better.

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