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Lithonia Lighting

Model 3902RE

Internet #100177768

Store SKU #486977

Dentil 1-1/2 ft. x 4 ft. 4-Light Fluorescent Ceiling Fixture

$126.00 /each

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The Lithonia Lighting Dentil 1-1/2 ft. x 4 ft. Fluorescent Ceiling Fixture features an elegant, oak finish and a crown-molding design with Dentil detailing. The durable, milk white acrylic, dropped dish diffuser provides a wide spread, uniform illumination. This fixture is ideal for use in kitchens, office areas and closets.

  • Utilizes linear T8 lamps for energy efficiency, superior color rendering and long life (not included)
  • Lift and shift diffuser provides easy access for cleaning and maintenance
  • Matt texture prevents fingerprints
  • For use with non-dimmable switches only
  • All mounting hardware included
  • Guaranteed for 2 years against mechanical defects in manufacture
  • Unique flush mount system eliminates light leaks

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what is part number for the white acrylic diffuser that fits in Lithonia 764126? The diffuser measures 16" x 48".

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March 7, 2016
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Yes the diffuser seems hard to get in/out the first time, but it is really a short learning curve.One merely slithers it up and a bit sideways till one long side slips out, then the end and presto. Done. We bought the fixture 8 years ago, DIY, and happy! We are on our third set of fluorescent tubes, but STILL USING THE .ORIGINAL DIFFUSER. So there.
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April 26, 2014
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Model # D15SBDDROP Internet # 100652105 Don't waste your money made of brittle plastic you will crack it again!!!!
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Model # D15SBDDROP Internet # 100652105 Don't waste your money there brittle plastic and they will crack every time you take them out or install them.
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September 5, 2012
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Please order the following:
Lithonia Lighting 1-1/2 ft. x 4 ft. Dropped White Acrylic Diffuser
Model # D15SBDDROP
Internet # 100652105
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Can 40w T12 lamps be used with this fixture ?

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April 28, 2016
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I've been using 40w T12 bulbs in my fixture for more than 6 years with no troubles. I wonder if 60W bulbs are compatible since with 40w there is insufficient light for me.
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April 6, 2016
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Thank you for your email. T12 lamps cannot be used. The ballast in this fixture is only compatible with T8 lamps.
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April 5, 2016
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No, you can not use 40 W t12 lamps with this fixture.
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how do you flush mount the frame to the ceiling

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We can't seem to figure out how the frame with diffuser inside is mounted to the ceiling. Don't see any holes, screws, etc.
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New Port Richey, Fl
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April 26, 2014
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The light fixture has two little screw holes in each end you hold the frame up against the ceiling and from the fixture out toward the wood frame you use two Phillip screws in each end and once you have that done you put the bulbs in and try your best two pop the diffuser in without cracking it. I had mine up about 4 months and the bulbs all ready started going out so I went to take the diffuser out to Read More
The light fixture has two little screw holes in each end you hold the frame up against the ceiling and from the fixture out toward the wood frame you use two Phillip screws in each end and once you have that done you put the bulbs in and try your best two pop the diffuser in without cracking it. I had mine up about 4 months and the bulbs all ready started going out so I went to take the diffuser out to change them and it cracked it is made out of brittle plastic so I ordered two more diffusers for back ups at 50.00 dollars a piece and broke the second one in and cracked it. I have one diffuser left so if I crack it the next time I have to change the bulbs I am just going to bite the bullet and by a different style light. My advice is take it back and buy a better style light!! GOOD LUCK!!! Read Less
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The light fixture at the ends has two little screw holes in the end you use two phillip screws threw the holes and they screw into the wood and after that the diffuser goes in last and GOOD LUCK not cracking it. I have cracked two now at 50.00 dollars a piece. I would take it back now and buy a different style light. GOOD LUCK!!!!!!
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March 17, 2014
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Lift fixture housing or mounting template (if provided) to ceiling, centering over outlet box and parallel to walls. Mark ceiling with pencil for mounting holes through (2) 1/4" x 3/8” slots. Drill 1/8” pilot hole at each location.
If drill encounters ceiling joist, hold fixture up to outlet box and pull electrical supply wires into fixture through the knockout hole, use wood screw at each end of the
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Lift fixture housing or mounting template (if provided) to ceiling, centering over outlet box and parallel to walls. Mark ceiling with pencil for mounting holes through (2) 1/4" x 3/8” slots. Drill 1/8” pilot hole at each location.
If drill encounters ceiling joist, hold fixture up to outlet box and pull electrical supply wires into fixture through the knockout hole, use wood screw at each end of the fixture body to secure to ceiling joist.
If drill does not encounter ceiling joist, enlarge hole in ceiling to accommodate toggle bolt. Hold fixture up to outlet box and pull electrical supply wires into the fixture through the knockout hole, insert and tighten toggle bolts.
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Does it include the light bulbs, the description does not state if included or not?

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No, will need to purchase bulbs extra. I would grab the contractor 10 pack -- price wise this makes more sense.
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No. You must purchase the bulbs for this fixture separately.
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October 8, 2013
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The bulbs are not included. This fixture requires four T8s. Thanks for your question!
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