Model # 29633

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Hampton Bay 1-Light Low-Voltage Bronze LED Path Light with Crackle Glass
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Discontinued Hampton Bay

1-Light Low-Voltage Bronze LED Path Light with Crackle Glass

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The Pathscapes Low-voltage Crackle Glass Path Light combines form and function in a beautifully designed piece. The crackle glass lens creates a unique look while shining plenty of light to illuminate your pathway or sidewalk. This light is designed for use with 12-volt low-voltage lighting systems only and is easy to install. The Crackle Glass Path Light's bronze finish allows it to blend in with its surroundings and act as an accent to existing landscape features. This light comes with a 2-year warranty and is guaranteed not to rust.

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LED lights need to be replaced. Product is only 2-3 months old. Out of 11 units 5 LED's are blown out. How can we replace the light bulb.

Asked by: Betsy
These Fixtures are discontinued and the LED lamps were "fixure spacific" and do not have a replacement. Designed to last 50,000 hours, these fixures were suposed to last as long as the LED lamps but the electroniucs were not water proofed at the stem entrance and it is water that ruined the fixure.Made by Hampton Bay. These fixures came with a 2 year warrantee from Hamton Bay but customer must pay all shipping costs to and from the distributer. Hampton Bay is a owned by Home Depot and Home Depot should be reponsable for replacement or refund on a "LEMON" product purchaed at Home Depot. Show your receipt to the "Home Depot" Manager of the closest store to your home and explain these fixtures were not made well and water leeks into the LED electronics through the center top stem. Ask for an exchange or a "Store Credit" on another LED Lanscape product. Home Depot will take care of it's customers when they sell a poorly made product. Just be diplomatic and pacient as you go through the exchange/credit process. They have just come out with a newer line of brighter and better LED landscape products with lower retail prices as the costs of LEDs have come down. so you could get a better light and walk away a vey satified customer.
Answered by: BetazedEd
Date published: 2016-02-15

where can i get replacement stakes?

my dog ran over my light, and broke the stake. now i need a new stake.
Asked by: tbird
Home Depot sells replacement stakes for Malibu lights; they're probably a standard size.
Answered by: Artemis
Date published: 2015-09-20
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1-Light Low-Voltage Bronze LED Path Light with Crackle Glass is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 57.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Lights, if you want to fix the defect These lights look nice once installed as it has a crackled glass globe & gives a nice pattern of light. There is a manufacturing defect that I can see that will most likely cause them to fail. Where the pole goes into the top of the light fixture, it's not sealed very well and will allow water to get into the fixture, and the LED is directly under it. I bought one to try out and took it apart, and sealed all around the nut that holds the rod onto the top, with a thick coat of silicone. For a week, I kept pouring water over it every day, trying to make it fail and it never did. I am not sure how it could fill up with water, as another reviewer noted, as there are two holes in the bottom of it. The bottom is actually plastic and not glass like the rest of the globe. I bought 7 more & took them apart to seal them up too and what I found, was some had a washer under the nut, with just a dab of sealer, while others did not. I am guess that is why some may be failing sooner than others and the only way to know, is to take off the globe & LED. At that point, might as well seal them up and be done with it. Maybe this was something left off or the started adding this after many failed. You should not have to fix them this way, but we like the lights and it was at a good price point. There are only 4 screws holding on the globe and two holding in the LED. it took about 5-10 minutes per light to seal it up. You could put sealant on the outside, around the top where the pole goes through, but it would not look as nice as it would shine against the matted finish, plus it would collect dirt. The light is bright and the pattern is about 3-4 feet on each size, so I believe for a pathway, you could place them 8 feet apart. The connector is much better than Malibu's little clips. It is about the size of two plastic lids off a gallon milk jug. You unscrew the two pieces, lay lay the cable in it (14 or 16 gauge) and then twist the two pieces back together to make the connection. So far, they are holding up the past two weeks and not seen an issues with them and if one fails and I can tell it was from water, i can post back. I am posting two pictures, one with what the inside looks like and where the nut is located you should seal up and the other, shows the light pattern on our sidewalk. Hopefully the above information will help you decide if it's worth it to you.
Date published: 2014-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome outdoor lights read lots of reviews about how these leaked so was hesitant to order but seems like maybe they've addressed the issue. one guy said only some of his had drain holes in the bottom - all of mine do. and have had numerous heavy rains and storms since the install with no leakage whatsoever. so hopefully this is no longer an issue. they put out a beautiful very bright white, crackled pattern that splatters all over my sidewalk. timer works really well and they were easy to install. i give them a big two thumbs up!
Date published: 2015-07-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from LEAKS! Funny it should state "guaranteed not to rust" I PAID BY THE HOUR to have someone install these and only weeks later 1 went out and upon inspection, find they are all FULL OF WATER after a rain....RUSTY WATER. I will be returning these defective lights and now will have to pay someone again and try to find new lights (these are the brightest lumens I could find for pathway lights) that cost more for less light. Extremely disappointed! Hired man took a long time with the install because they just would not cut through the electric wire and stay snapped together on it. He had to use pliers and squeeze hard and make many attempts to install, costing me more $ by the hour for the install job as it is!
Date published: 2014-06-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Look nice, don't hold up We bought 15 of these for our front garden. They looked nice the night we first hooked them up two months ago but as of last night only 10 of them are still working. Several have filled full of water from leaks around the top, not from sprinklers but just rain. All of them have some water than steams up on the inside, causing corrosion and electrical issues. At first I thought it was faulty connections on my part to the power cable but further inspection has shown that it is just corrosion around the bulb itself. I am in the process of returning all of them unless they can offer me a quick fix. For what these cost they should hold up better than this.
Date published: 2014-04-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice lights, but beware I bought 6 of these lights. Installation was easy. After reading other customers' reviews, I decided to seal the lights where the post is fastened to the top the next day. That night, it rained and two lights filled with water. One light failed. I returned the failed light and emptied the water from the other. I put a tiny bead of clear silicone caulk around the area where the post goes into the top of the fixture. You can't really see the caulk because it is in the gap between the top and the post. It rained again yesterday and no water in the lights. If you are willing to seal these lights before you install them, I think you will be happy with them. I installed them 6 feet apart and at night, the light patterns just overlap each other. In my option, I would not install them any further apart than 6 feet. These 6 fixtures replaced 10 low voltage fixtures and provide at least twice the light. My wife loves them and thinks I'm a hero for installing them.
Date published: 2014-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from low-voltage bronze path light These lights are bright and sparkle on the sidewalk. They are easy to install
Date published: 2015-10-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I love the Light, BUT be warned ! This product will absolutely fail in a couple of months if you do not seal the top of the light with silicone sealant! The problem is where the mounting post enters the top of the light. Rain water will seep in and accumulate on the LED circuitry, and short it out - 100% guaranteed. You can easily prevent this by running a small bead of clear silicone sealant on the joint where the tube meets the top of the light. In my opinion, this is well worth the trouble because comparable LED path lighting is 3X the cost of this fixture.
Date published: 2015-03-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Leaks during rain Although these have very large silicone gaskets above and below the glass, which makes you believe that these will be waterproof, there is no seal where the tubing enters the metal top and water will enter through that opening when it rains. Then the water runs right over the LED and wires. We installed 8 of these in our backyard, and 5 no longer work after one day of rain. Poor design.
Date published: 2014-08-15
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