Tuesday March 2, 2021

Cloudy and 38 when I left for Winston this morning. Back home, the sun is out but it is still chilly. Temps only in the low 40’s today.

Turns out the light was the problem not the switches. He said it was most likely the starter. He took it down to check to make sure not wires were loose and looked at the wall switches.

This morning it did not turn on at all. Just as I was getting to Winston he texted to let me know he could not find a starter that was not back ordered for months and suggested, as we discussed, just getting a new light. I stopped at Lowe’s. They did not have what I was looking for. I went across the street to Home Depot and found one.

From there I went on to do my Costco run. I needed mostly pantry and paper items and toiletry stuff. I picked up a couple of things for the freezer but did not buy much for that until I decided when I am going to replace it. Anyway, well stocked up on all things I was running low on.

 

 

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1 Response to Tuesday March 2, 2021

  1. Rick Hellewell says:

    I had an older (came with the house, so probably 20 years old) florescent fixture in the master bedroom closet. Started flickering, which indicated a bad ballast. Could have gotten a replacement for it.

    But figured that a new fixture would be better. So picked up a flat LED fixture (close-mount to ceiling) from the local Home Depot. This one, $60. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Feit-Electric-1-ft-x-2-ft-23-Watt-2000-Lumens-Dimmable-White-Integrated-LED-Edge-Lit-Flat-Panel-Flush-Mount-Light-Color-Changing-CCT-FP1X2-4WY-WH-V2/313707725 .

    Easy to install. Nice bright light for the walk-in closet.

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