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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MFGJLD Best Under Cabinet Light
Very easy installation and great light and appearance.
March 29, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by expc75 Great Lights. Have Patience Installing with This Guide
I bought two 22" and one 14" fixture. They look great and give off a very appealing light. I hard wire daisy-chained these which required a bit more patience with the installation. Shut off the power to your circuit. Mark your location first, place the light on your marks and pre-drill the two holes necessary for mounting. This way, when you install the light after wiring, you just line up the holes and set the screws. There are two choices of plates for connecting the power. If you are daisy-chaining these together, you will have two romex cables entering the back of the fixture. The only way this will work is if you use the conduit plate and connector. Since you will now have three black, three white, and three ground wires, you will need to clip off the factory installed two-wire push-in connectors and buy three-wire push-in connectors. There is not a lot of room in the cavity of the fixture for this many wires, but it will work. Make sure all other wiring within the cavity is pushed in and down as far as it will go to allow more room for the positive, neutral, and ground wires. Decide how far into the cavity past the switch your first bundle of wires can go and cut that fixture wire to length. Strip the wire but DO NOT twist the wire. Leave the strands straight. They will go into the connectors much easier. Next, stagger the lengths of the remaining two fixture wires so the connectors can sort of ride behind one another when slid into the cavity. Maybe 3/4--1 inch shorter each time. You'll need the room. Once the fixture wires are cut and stripped, measure the same lengths for the romex wires and strip. Push the newly-purchased three-wire push-in connectors straight onto the UNTWISTED fixture wires first. Doesn't matter which hole you choose. Make sure each of the three is seated. Give them each a tug and look through the clear area at the tip. You are better off doing the fixture wires first since if one comes out, you can try again much easier than if you have two other romex cables attached. When each is seated, take the longest wire and add the two matching romex wires to the connector. Take this set and slide it into the cavity. Do the next longest set next and slide in behind the first set. Finally do the shortest set of three. and slide it into the cavity. You may need another person to either hold the fixture or put the conduit plate in place with the set screw. When the plate is in place, put the fixture up to the pre-drilled holes and secure the fixture to the cabinet or shelf. Turn on the power and test your work.
March 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by filhaller great look - great light - easy to install
the stainless look is top of the line, and it's so easy to install. the hidden mounting screws are already in place - and the optional jumper cords make adding several together a snap.
May 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by dave excellent
The product is excellent though expensive. Price is competitive, just high. Purchased bot 14-in and 22i-in models. Both excellent and worth the price for LED under-counter lighting
October 25, 2012