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Lithonia Lighting 1-Light Nickel Fluorescent Round Ceiling Light
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Lithonia Lighting

1-Light Nickel Fluorescent Round Ceiling Light

$41.15 /each

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The Lithonia Lighting 1-Light Ceiling Round Fluorescent Light features a beautiful, brushed-nickel finish perfect for your decor. This ceiling light is Energy Star qualified for savings and uses one 55-Watt T8 bulb (included). This fixture is ideal for use in entryways, hallways, bedrooms, offices, utility work areas, stairways and many other rooms.

  • Brushed-nickel finish
  • Energy Star qualified to meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy efficiency for year-round energy and money savings
  • Uses (1) 55-Watt T8 fluorescent lamp (included)
  • UL listed
  • Hardware included

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how i can change the light bulb?

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Rob
Chula Vista California 91911
July 24, 2012
i can't replace the light bulb, nothing moves, i can't turn the metal part to no direction to take the old bulb out
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Topeka, KS
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January 23, 2016
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You loosen the bottom cap to remove the diffuser. You will see the lamp. Disconnect the power connector. There are three spring clips that hold the lamp in the fixture, pull one of them back and the lamp will come out.
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Petersburg, IN 47567, USA
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May 28, 2013
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While holding the glass fixture with one hand, unscrew the small metal disc in order to remove the glass cover and expose the light inside.
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Clifton, VA 20124, USA
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November 17, 2012
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The way ours is situated, you have to pull the bulb out at the white plug part. It doesn't twist. It's like it plugs into the socket. If you are also talking about the bottom metal knob at the bottom of the glass bowl part of the light fixture is not turning, sounds like it is too tight.
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September 18, 2012
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1. Disconnect (unplug) 4 plong square power connector from the bulb
2. Observe that the bulb is held with a thin metal spring finger in three evenly separate locations
3. Hold the bulb with both hands placing fingers evenly on the ring and pull it out so that the bulb will snap out of the spring.
4. Installation is reverse order. Push the bulb evenly to snap in to the spring.
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July 25, 2012
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The silver finial cap on the lens screws on and off. If you un-screw the silver cap on the lens, you can then remove the lens and replace the lamp.
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Where do I get a replacement bulb TC55W G10Q

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Unhappy
November 16, 2012
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Topeka, KS
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January 23, 2016
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You can order them off homedepot.com. Search for "55-Watt T6". The current price at the time of this writing is about $16. You may also try your local Batteries Plus Bulbs or equivalent store. Hope this helps.
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Petersburg, IN 47567, USA
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May 28, 2013
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Visit the Home Depot lighting center with the bulb information. Ask an associate for assistance and you should be able to locate the proper bulb needed.
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Atlanta, GA, USA
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November 17, 2012
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Bulbs I believe are actually easy to find in any Home Depot store however the ballast is what could be wrong and that is a bigger problem that has to be ordered from the manufacturer. I never received one and that's why I took the fixture back to the store.
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can I buy a new diffuser since it got broken accidently?

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October 27, 2014
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Topeka, KS
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January 23, 2016
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You'd probably have to contact Lithonia Lighting and ask them. But, I'd imagine it would probably be cheaper, easier and faster to just buy a new fixture for it's shade.
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October 30, 2014
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Yes, you can purchase a new diffuser by contacting the Pro Desk of your local Home Depot store with Lithonia part number DDECR15.
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Is this fixture dimmable?

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March 5, 2015
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No, this fixture is not dimmable. It is designed to be used with use with non-dimmable switches only.
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Rated 2.1 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Nothing but problems Bought this light a little less than a year ago, the glass has a crack in it. Not from overtightening! It magically appeared one day after a few months. The light fixture instant on feature never worked properly (the incandescent part), and finally it burned out after less than a year.! September 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Light This light is very easy to install and looks great. When attaching the bulb, hook it around two of the clips, then using your thumb, bend the third clip far enough to allow you to clip the bulb into place. It would be great if they had a shorter set of screws for attaching the fixture to the junction box in the ceiling (you may need to trim the screws by 50% or more if your ceiling box is shallow). October 21, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Fails after a few years Bought two of these for the kitchen two plus years ago. One is working fine, the other just completely crapped out and it appears it's the ballast not the bulb. I was able to switch bulbs with the other working fixture and it's not working and there's power going into the ballast. Plus the bulb from the broken light has burn marks on it. Manufacturer warranty is only a year so i guess we're out a light. Will be buying from a different company this time. Very disappointed in this purchase, should have lasted longer. March 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Overall a fine product Overall a fine looking product and performs excellantly. Only problem I had with installation was that I believe the ground wire should be longer than it is for easier installation. May 28, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bought and installed two. Both work fine after 2 years. I bought and installed two of these lights myself a little over two years ago. They've been left on for hours on end and are still running the original bulb and ballast. The only down side I can see is it may become harder to buy replacement bulbs in the future but, I purchased two spares to keep in the house just in case. Other than that I think these are great fixtures. January 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Failed way too early Worked great for a year, then one of the two we installed in our son's room went out. I assumed it was the bulb, so I special ordered two of them from a different website (Home Depot doesn't carry replacement bulbs!) Turns out wasn't the bulb. It was the ballast. Now the other light just failed and we will have to purchase two new lights for that room. I agree with another poster - what a waste of Earth's resources!! October 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by failed after about 1 month We bought this light for our remodeled kitchen, the old fixture was gold and glass and we wanted an updated look. We had trouble finding one in this simple style in the store that held three standard bulbs so we settled on this one that uses a single special bulb. It looked great and threw a lot of light for about 1 month but then failed. The fixture is getting power so it is either the ballast or the bulb. It just does not light up but gets very hot when turned on. new bulbs are about $20.00 not ok after only 1 month and it might be the ballast. Keep searching for one that uses standard bulbs, we wish we did. July 8, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor electrical quality. Not reliable. Appearance is good. But electric components are not reliable. The ballast cracked with a sound and smoke when powered on first time. Replaced with a new whole exchanged unit and it last only a week and it exchanged with new one again. Then it worked but had turning on problem. It needed a few times to power on and off to make it work. After 2.5 years it was dead. The T8 bulb came with is VIVA TC55W 2700K CRI 82 G10q. And it is difficult to obtain. Many internet vender like Amazon states it is not available, or discontinued. The replacement of T8 bulb and ballast will costs much more than a new light sold at Home Depot. September 18, 2012
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