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Hampton Bay

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Mission Style Outdoor Black with Bronze Highlight Wall Lantern with Built-In Electrical Outlet (GFCI)

$59.97 /each
  • Rugged rust proof aluminum ideal for outdoor installation
  • Easily installed with all hardware included
  • Uses one 60-Watt bulb (not included)

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Update your outdoor space with the Hampton Bay Mission Style Exterior Wall Lantern with built-in GFCI electrical outlet. This outdoor wall light features a built-in GFCI electrical outlet for power outdoors where you need it. Constructed of rust proof aluminum, seeded glass panels and painted black with bronze highlights, the Mission Style Wall Lantern will give your outdoor space light, ambiance and electrical power. Uses one 60-Watt bulb (not included).

  • Easily accessible integrated GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) electrical outlet
  • Rugged rust proof aluminum construction ideal for outdoor installation
  • Square seeded glass panels give a diffused effect when illuminated
  • Easily installed with all hardware included
  • UL listed for wet locations
  • Seeded glass panels
  • Easy installation square (hardware included)
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Can the outlets be on either side or do they have to be on the left as shown?

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McCalla, AL
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August 21, 2014
I have a window to the left of my light and would like to have an outlet on the right so that cords do not dangle in front of the window.
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December 2, 2015
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yes, remove outlet panel with door from base, two screws
next remove outlet from outlet panel, two screw with small nuts
next reverse outlet panel and reattach outlet to panel
next reattach outlet panel with door to base
next remove light fixture from base, two screws
next reattach light fixture upside down or reversed
outlet should now be on the right side of the base
with the light fixture hung about
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yes, remove outlet panel with door from base, two screws
next remove outlet from outlet panel, two screw with small nuts
next reverse outlet panel and reattach outlet to panel
next reattach outlet panel with door to base
next remove light fixture from base, two screws
next reattach light fixture upside down or reversed
outlet should now be on the right side of the base
with the light fixture hung about an inch lower on the base
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Orange county,NY
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August 25, 2015
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Gotta be on the left unless you want the fixture to be upside down
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Lynnwood Wa
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May 6, 2015
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Technically you could install the base upside down if you want so that the outlets move to the right side , but then the hinges on the little door covering the outlets will be on the bottom and the door will flop open all the time. I would recommend against it.
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December 23, 2014
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only left as shown.
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Carson, Ca
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December 19, 2014
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Unfortunately this unit only has the outlets on the left side as shown. My installation was very close to my kitchen door and I also needed it to have the outlets on the right side. However it works for me and I have no complaints.
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August 22, 2014
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as far as I know it only come as seen
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Hampton Bay Mission Style Exterior Wall Lantern with Built-in Electrical Outlet (GFCI)

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August 4, 2013
Is this light fixture illegal in California.
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August 22, 2014
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as far as I know it is not because the outlet is a GFI
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August 1, 2014
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Why would it be? If you use CFL bulbs it will be very efficient. Although CFL bulbs contain mercury so that might be an issue in California.
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July 8, 2014
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To give you a simple/involved answer, and by no means am I offering legal advice... IN MY OPINION, technically any time you do a modification to your home that is governed by building code, you must pull a permit and must follow the applicable code section.
My understanding is all outdoor outlets are to be GFCI. However a combo unit, I am unsure if the code gets that granular.
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To give you a simple/involved answer, and by no means am I offering legal advice... IN MY OPINION, technically any time you do a modification to your home that is governed by building code, you must pull a permit and must follow the applicable code section.
My understanding is all outdoor outlets are to be GFCI. However a combo unit, I am unsure if the code gets that granular.
During research I do remember reading that this unit isn't sold/shipped to some states for legal reasons. I don't remember where exactly i read it. I was able to purchase this unit in CA with no issues. Read Less
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January 16, 2014
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Not that I know of. Of course you should use a CFL or LED bulb (which I think IS required in CA) but the fixture meets National Electrical Code, so it should be fine.
If you REALLY want to be absolutely sure, ask a local Electrician.
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October 22, 2013
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I doubt this or any light fixture is illegal in California. The product did not include a disclosure statement (that is found on many products) that states it was 'made with materials know to cause cancer in the state of California'. This product is very straight forward, it provides GFCI protected electrical outlets and an outdoor light fixture in one.
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August 5, 2013
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Hi Fresnoredbulldog, no this light has a GFCI integrated in the outlet. A GFCI will trip the breaker if there is a power over load. Also there are only two locations this item can not be shipped. California is not one of them.
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To put the cover on and having the treads go thru the 2 holes is my issue. I can't line it up...

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August 25, 2014
Putting it together was simple.
At the end of the job were I issues.
Can't get the cover thru the hole's...
Any idea on what to do.
If there is a video on how to do it.
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Orange county,NY
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August 25, 2015
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Is the wall surface one plane? I.e. Will the fixture seat flush if it's attached?
I had to cut the vinyl siding so that the fixture seated on the wall evenly. Then i had to tighten the armature that the studs are on so that it stayed in place as i lined it up. I did this before i connected the wires to make sure it'd fasten when it was ready to.
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If it's a lining up the holes issue, I'm not sure there's anything I can say to help. But if the rods aren't long enough, you can do what I did and remove the washers so that the rods extend a little father.
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August 26, 2014
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the holes must line up. .make sure you have used the correct holes when you hang the fixture or you will have a problem
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I actually ended up using longer screws from a previous light that was installed. this was because the mounting plate was sunk into the wall a little bit. also, i ended up having the same issue as you and had to bend ( they looked like this \ / and i had to bend it to be more | | and possibly even more / \ ) and play with the screws a little to to get it to all align. youre probably on the right track, Read More
I actually ended up using longer screws from a previous light that was installed. this was because the mounting plate was sunk into the wall a little bit. also, i ended up having the same issue as you and had to bend ( they looked like this \ / and i had to bend it to be more | | and possibly even more / \ ) and play with the screws a little to to get it to all align. youre probably on the right track, it was difficult and probably the hardest part of the install. keep going at it until you get it. Read Less
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What are the dimensions of the mounting box with outlet?

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August 1, 2014
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The mounting box dimensions are 5" wide by 7" high. Depth from wall is about 3.5". This is the box only.
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July 24, 2014
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4 1/2" wide x 6 3/4" high. This is large unit. Size shouldn't matter if you're mounting on a flat surface. My old side door light box was just a 3" flat panel mounted on a brick wall - no problem with fit. However, if you have siding you may have to do a lot of cutting to make it fit. My old front door light had a 3x4" flat panel mounted into the siding. A lot of trimming to make the new one fit Read More
4 1/2" wide x 6 3/4" high. This is large unit. Size shouldn't matter if you're mounting on a flat surface. My old side door light box was just a 3" flat panel mounted on a brick wall - no problem with fit. However, if you have siding you may have to do a lot of cutting to make it fit. My old front door light had a 3x4" flat panel mounted into the siding. A lot of trimming to make the new one fit correctly. Read Less
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I used a round shallow box because it was mounted on a block wall. The fixture has the outlet on the housing. .Look at the picture and you can see it.
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I had to use a shallow box because it was installed on a block wall the fixture had an outlet as part of the housing
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