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screw in baffles for recessed lighting

Posted by eyeski (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 1, 11 at 22:04

Despite my insistence that the recessed lighting installed in my renovated kitchen have a baffle that is easily screwed out to replace the lamp, the electrical contractor installed a halo h7T can. As far as i can tell the halos will only accept a spring loaded trim baffle which has to be pulled down to change the lamp bulb. Does anyone know the name of a recessed lighting trim that includes a screw out baffle of whether there is such a trim kit for the halos.


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RE: screw in baffles for recessed lighting

actually its not the baffle i want to screw in, its the actual lens


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RE: screw in baffles for recessed lighting

You should ask the electrician perhaps in writing this time.


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RE: screw in baffles for recessed lighting

Your can use a few different types of baffles. You can use the old circular spring type, or the v shaped spring type. That can has 2 ways to install the baffled trim. You can pretty much buy any 6 inch baffle and it will fit.


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