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Leviton

Model R50-04155-051

Internet #100356978

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Bottom Turn Knob Socket - Black

$3.28 /each

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Leviton offers a complete line selection of incandescent, fluorescent, and specialty lampholders designed to the highest standards of quality, dependability and performance. A variety of types styles have been custom designed for any application. Easy to install for those quick lamp repairs.

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  • 1-piece black phonelic body; 660W 250-Volt rating
  • Ideal replacement sockets for pole lamps
  • Removable interior; knurl nut and lock nut
  • Candle sockets for single-light applications
  • Comes with 1 knurl nut and 1 lock nut
  • CSA and UL listed

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can this be installed with the turn knob at the top of the fixture?

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yes, the knurled nut you see is what anchors the assembly to the lamp. f.y.i. the electricity doesnt care what direction it goes
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January 22, 2016
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The 4155 lampholder is not designed for that application.
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How do I wire this socket

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like everything else electrical, power cord UNPLUGED then, work enough cord up to the socket area till you have at least 12 inches hanging free. there, the hard part is done. now its easy, clip off the old socket about 1" away from the old socket. the insulation should be soft and pliable. clip between the two wires and pull them apart about 1". carefully score the insulation one half inch from the end Read More
like everything else electrical, power cord UNPLUGED then, work enough cord up to the socket area till you have at least 12 inches hanging free. there, the hard part is done. now its easy, clip off the old socket about 1" away from the old socket. the insulation should be soft and pliable. clip between the two wires and pull them apart about 1". carefully score the insulation one half inch from the end and bend it to separate. now twist the insulation that is to be removed in a clockwise direction, this bundles the wire strands. bend the bundled conductors into a fish hook shape. place the hook around the screw in the direction you will tighten the screw. [righty tighty, lefty loosey] ya done great !! let there be light Read Less
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December 16, 2014
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Good day,
For the 4155-51 lampholder, the black wire gets connected to the brass screw and the white wire gets connected to the silver screw.
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can this be used as a replacement socket in a swag lamp?

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The socket can be used in number of styles of lamps, and it has a turn knob at the base to allow for manual switching at the bulb.
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Look elsewhere It worked for a few months, now I have to unplug the lamp to turn off. Looking for better quality part or new lamp. July 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by junk I've purchased two of these in the past few months to replace on in a lamp that the original switch finally wore out in after over 20 years of use, the first replacement lasted a couple of months before it started to fail, the second one lasted a week before failed, never knew turning a lamp on and off twice a day was too much for this manufactures limits. August 20, 2009
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