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Hampton Bay Gambit 3-Light Flush-Mount Satin Nickel Ceiling Light
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Hampton Bay

Gambit 3-Light Flush-Mount Satin Nickel Ceiling Light

  • Uses three 60-Watt bulbs
  • Satin nickel finish and white glass shade
  • Provides soft, evenly distributed illumination
$59.97 /each

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Ideal for a variety of living spaces and decor, the Gambit 3-Light Flush-Mount Satin Nickel Ceiling Light from Hampton Bay will provide plenty of soft, bright light. Featuring a sleek satin nickel finish and white glass shade, this light will elegantly upgrade your home with simple style and warm ambience. Easy to install, coordinate with other Gambit Collection pieces for a polished and complete look you will enjoy for years. Bulbs included.

  • Satin nickel finish complements a variety of decor
  • White glass shade provides soft, bright and even light
  • Hardware included
  • UL and ETL listed

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How do I remove the cover to change the bulbs? I can't seem to figure it out just keeps spinning

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You can try pulling down gently while turning. It sounds like the finial has become stuck to the down rod. You can try a penetrating solvent like PB Blaster. Give it a squirt and let it sit for half an hour to work itself in, Use a rag to keep down the over-spray. If you are successful, put a little lubricant on the threads before reinstalling the finial. A little grease or even Vaseline will keep the Read More
You can try pulling down gently while turning. It sounds like the finial has become stuck to the down rod. You can try a penetrating solvent like PB Blaster. Give it a squirt and let it sit for half an hour to work itself in, Use a rag to keep down the over-spray. If you are successful, put a little lubricant on the threads before reinstalling the finial. A little grease or even Vaseline will keep the finial from locking on again. Read Less
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March 8, 2016
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Hi Chris.
Thank you for your question.
The Finial on this lamp has very fine thread and it will take a while to unscrew it. The best way to remove the glass on the lamp is to push up on the glass slightly. As you unscrew the Finial counter clockwise from the center rod, you should see more space and more thread from the bottom of the Center Rod.
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Hi Chris.
Thank you for your question.
The Finial on this lamp has very fine thread and it will take a while to unscrew it. The best way to remove the glass on the lamp is to push up on the glass slightly. As you unscrew the Finial counter clockwise from the center rod, you should see more space and more thread from the bottom of the Center Rod.
It is better if the rod comes unfastened from the Finial rather than from inside the canopy because there is a lock nut and washer inside it and the canopy will have to be removed if all of the Center Rod is removed from inside the canopy.
The decorative frame will also have to be removed as well as the glass. There is another lock nut under the glass which has a silicone washer between the glass and the nut. This will also have to be removed after the Decorative Frame has been removed.
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How can I get a replacement for the glass

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I would like to replace just the glass on this fixture, is that possible?
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September 9, 2016
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This is a relatively inexpensive fixture, so I doubt you can get replacement parts. You will probably have to purchase a new one.
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September 11, 2014
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Dear Valued HomeDepot Customer,
We reached out to the MFG for more information and below is their response.
"Please contact our customer service support toll free at 1-800-660-5391 for any replacement parts request."
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Has anyone been able to get new glass?

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September 9, 2016
The phone number listed in the previous response is not correct. When calling Home Depot, I was told that you can't get glass or parts and must buy a whole new fixture. Has anyone had success in just getting glass?
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Although I haven't tried, I suspect that you cannot get replacement parts from the manufacturer.
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Is there a drop down version versus flush mount for this light?

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June 25, 2015
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No, this model of light is only available as a flush mount.
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Gambit 3-Light Flush-Mount Satin Nickel Ceiling Light is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 49.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I would only recommend this product if someone else is doing the install. The light looks nice a... I would only recommend this product if someone else is doing the install. The light looks nice and seems to be of average or above quality however the install is difficult. After reading other reviews I knew that my experience was like others. Once attached to the ceiling threading the screws through insulation and two small holes was more than tricky. I ended up taping the screws in place so I could feed them through the small holes in the base. While I outsmarted the poor design and have the light up I am afraid I may never be able to take it down. When I try to unscrew the little caps (the only things holding the light up) the screws freely turn and the cap does not loosen. No way to access the screw to hold it while turning. I hope the next house owner thinks it looks nice too.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not your best deal. This light is attractive and good at lighting up a large area. It will need replaced soon because it is very hard to change the bulbs and the glass cracks easily. There is no replacement glass to be found and Home Depot will tell you to buy a new fixture.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love my new light I just love this light in my dining room, nickel finish is just right and matches my décor.
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fixture but pricy easy to install, works perfectly, looks really good in the room
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I needed I purchased this to replace a 55 watt fluorescent fixture with a circular bulb. I like the design of the fixture, the satin nickle matches my decor without being over the top. This is not a fully enclosed fixture, which is among the reasons I chose it. I wanted to have the option of installing LED bulbs rather than CFL or incandescent. The inch or so of air space between the glass and the ceiling should allow proper ventilation for the LED bulbs, which can run hot. Be aware that you must use specific LED bulbs for a fully enclosed light fixture or you can start a fire. Installation went smoothly, and some of the comments about short screws are legitimate. I had just enough screw end to attach the base. My installation was a little more difficult because I have an older home with odd Bakelite electrical boxes. The other reason I chose this fixture was the option of what color bulbs I could install. My old fixture had a sickly blue hue to it, which I tolerated but never liked. I was able to use 2700K bulbs, which are considerably warmer. I sacrifice some brightness, but I have three 60W equivalents instead of one 55W fluorescent, so that easily makes up for the loss. All in all, I am very happy with this light and will be adding another one over my breakfast bar very soon.
Date published: 2016-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than flourescent! One of my sons installed it in roughly 10 minutes, and the newer led bulbs are fantastic! He recommended a bulb that was cheaper and easier to install than what I paid for the circle florescent lights. I went for a three light fixture as I had a 2 light florescent circle light. One of the connections had disintegrated when I removed the circle to replace it. It was 20 years old tho so I was ready for something else. More light than the florescent and since it is in the kitchen, the light is wonderful. Will be in for some patching -plaster as it did not cover the whole space the circle light did. I only have two small areas, size of half dollar and a quarter so patching plaster should work. If necessary, I can paint the ceiling myself but will go for a white,not stark white but possibly with a bit of color. Love it!
Date published: 2016-03-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Looks good - very hard to install Bought the fixture coz it looked good. Things looked ok on unpacking too, However when i tried to install - it turned out to be a pain. the canopy hangs from 2 screw-nut combo which needs to go thru the universal disc like object and it is very hard to align the holes int he canopy with them (no visibility of what you are doing and no space to get even the smallest screwdriver in). I eventually gave up and am planning to return it. Makes me sad - it looks really good - if only they had trnsalted the same quality to installation ease and instructions
Date published: 2011-11-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from paint is pealing! I took the glass off to clean for only the third time and as soon as I wet it, the paint started to peal!!!!! It was too expensive and not very easy to install to get less than two years use!
Date published: 2015-10-15
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