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Model P3490-09DI

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Appeal 2-Light Brushed Nickel Square Flushmount

$22.97 /each
  • Brushed nickel finish coordinates with most room décor
  • Alabaster glass provides uniform illumination
  • Easy glass install - one thumbscrew provides easy access to bulbs

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Clean design with elegant lines is complemented by a satin finish, alabaster glass shade. Simple glass installation using only one thumbscrew provides both easy access for changing light bulbs and a clutter-free exterior with minimal external hardware is required to secure the glass.

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  • Brushed nickel finish
  • Alabaster glass
  • 9 in. W x 3-3/4 in. H
  • Uses (2) 60-Watt medium base bulbs (not included)

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How does it fasten to existing ceiling box? No screw holes!

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Jim
San Marcos, CA
August 4, 2013
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June 12, 2014
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It comes with a bracket. The bracket screws to the box, then screws attach the base to the bracket. The trick is you have to put the screws in the bracket, then poke the light fixture up and impale the cheap insulation at the X shaped hole to poke the screw heads through the slotted holes in the base. Then twist the base to lock it on the screws, then tighten them up.
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March 26, 2014
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If you are refering to the "Apeal flush mount" light fixtures, ours did have the key holes for the screw heads. We had older type electrical boxes that the original mounted lights we're using. The screws were a bit closer and needed to be moved out a bit. After reworking those they fit into the key holes in the nickel base of the light fixture. There was insulation in the bottom of the fixture base that Read More
If you are refering to the "Apeal flush mount" light fixtures, ours did have the key holes for the screw heads. We had older type electrical boxes that the original mounted lights we're using. The screws were a bit closer and needed to be moved out a bit. After reworking those they fit into the key holes in the nickel base of the light fixture. There was insulation in the bottom of the fixture base that was a bit frustrating to get through but with a little patience I finally accompished it. The whole operation for one light fixture took about 45 minutes. Read Less
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August 6, 2013
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We were able to use the existing box of the earlier light fixture that was replaced with this one.
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August 5, 2013
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With the long screws.There are mounting holes in th light. look on face where the bulbs attach
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How do you rotate the square fixture base so that it is parallel to the nearest walls?

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New Jersey
January 29, 2013
After attaching the fixture to the electrical box using the supplied screws, the base is
at an angle relative to the walls on either side.

Please see the current versus the desired appearance below:
Current appearance:
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Desired appearance:
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Thanks for any help!
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March 26, 2014
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Without moving the electrical box that the fixture is attached to, I only can suggest gerry rigging a light fixture like on porch lights that rotates a bit. I haven't done it myself in a ceiling mounted light but have on porch lights and the like. I don't know if you can get that part separate from buying a fixture that has it in it. There may be a place if you look on the web. I been amazed at the Read More
Without moving the electrical box that the fixture is attached to, I only can suggest gerry rigging a light fixture like on porch lights that rotates a bit. I haven't done it myself in a ceiling mounted light but have on porch lights and the like. I don't know if you can get that part separate from buying a fixture that has it in it. There may be a place if you look on the web. I been amazed at the things that are out there for the DIYer. For me I just don't know what the part is called so I don't know what to look for. But I've stumbled onto things,usually after I don't need them anymore, that was just what I needed or could be gerry rigged to work. Read Less
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December 4, 2013
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The hardware provided is adjustable so that it can be squared to the wall then tightened down.
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July 4, 2013
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screw in just a little then rotate where you want it!
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January 30, 2013
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This fixture includes a "scissor" mounting strap. This strap is two metal pieces joined together so that they pivot in the center. One half attaches to the ceiling outlet box, then the other half can pivot into the desired position before attaching the fixture.
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is it prone to rust in a bathroom

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January 16, 2013
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It is damp rated. I suppose it might rust, but it doesn't say NOT to use it in damp spaces, so I'm betting it's ok. At least it's inexpensive.
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Any metal that is not stainless steel or some other rust resistant material will rust eventually. The chrome that they put on many of these fixtures is cheap and does flake off especially when we use cleaners to clean them. The brushed nickel of this fixture may not flake off, but will rust eventually unless preventative measures are taken. Paints resist rust but you need to make sure there is no Read More
Any metal that is not stainless steel or some other rust resistant material will rust eventually. The chrome that they put on many of these fixtures is cheap and does flake off especially when we use cleaners to clean them. The brushed nickel of this fixture may not flake off, but will rust eventually unless preventative measures are taken. Paints resist rust but you need to make sure there is no exposed, unpainted surfaces. Sometimes adding a clear coating of wax or some other clear metal covering paint also helps. Airing out bathrooms via doors, windows, vent fans, wiping down with a towel, and perhaps things like DampRID to help keep moisture down should help as well. I've heard of one or two people who've used this new spray sealer that seals leaks, (you know, the one where the guy sits in his boat that supposed to have been sealed with this stuff), and put that on their bathroom fixtures. (You need to remove the fixture, or spay a fixture before installing it for best looking results). It originally only came in black, but I think it comes in white now also. Of course you don't have the brushed nickel look so painting it another color kind of defeats the look of the original fixture. Other than that you just replace it when it gets rusted. Just my opinion though. Read Less
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I have had them up for over 6 mo and no signs of rust.
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January 18, 2013
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The P3490-09DI is UL listed damp locations. The fixture has a 1 year standard warranty. The fixture should be installed in what is considered a damp location area. The fixture should not be cleaned with any abrasive cleaners or chemicals. The base metal of this fixture is steel with a plated finish. As with any fixture, the exact conditions of the application will vary and over a period of time, if the Read More
The P3490-09DI is UL listed damp locations. The fixture has a 1 year standard warranty. The fixture should be installed in what is considered a damp location area. The fixture should not be cleaned with any abrasive cleaners or chemicals. The base metal of this fixture is steel with a plated finish. As with any fixture, the exact conditions of the application will vary and over a period of time, if the finish is compromised (scratched or exposed to chemicals) it could rust. Read Less
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what are the dimensins of this light?

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November 25, 2012
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The brushed nickel base is 8" x 8" and about 1 3/4" deep. The glass light cover is approx. 9" x 9" and when mounted to the base is 1 1/2" deep. Therefore it's a total of 3 1/4" from top to bottom.
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9 in. W x 3-3/4 in. H
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November 26, 2012
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This fixture measures 9 in. square x 3-3/4 in. height.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 56 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by For us, EXCELLENT product I can't speak to ease of installation; contractor installed them. We replaced four fluorescent fixtures with these in a basement room with next-to-no natural light (one small, covered window at the far end of the room). We used two forty-watt-equivalent LED bulbs in each, and the lighting is perfect. What a pleasant experience to walk in that room with good lighting. I had ordered five, and will be replacing another fixture just outside that room with the fifth. It's great. April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by best ever My daughter installed it for me. It was easy and she was pleased with it. Gives more light. Would recommend it to anyone. April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best 2 Light Fixture for the cost We've bought two of these fixtures this year, and may buy another. They look good and are well made. Also easy to install. We wish they made the same style in a one bulb fixture also. April 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Attractive in simplicity I needed a bedroom overhead which I could convert to a pull string on/off easily because the light was on the same circuit as a ceiling fan. Since I didn't always want them BOTH ON at the same time but they ran to a single room switch, I needed a pull string. All pull string lights are pretty ugly basement or closet type lights with no style. This simple clean overhead has a pretty mottled glass cover and a brushed nickel smooth side that was easy to convert with a drill and an adaptor. March 25, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Over-the-sink light This replaced an old 1960's over the sink fixture. It fit nicely into the space and gives off more light that the prior circle light. easy update to look of kitchen February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy install instructions The instructions are garbage. You'll need some 10-32 nuts that are not included, 4 specifically. Also you will need some 1/2" screws if you have a short (pancake) j box. Attach the long screws to the bracket, screw them tight with some nuts. Attach the bracket to the j box with the shorter screws. Attach the wires with the wire nuts. Push the base tight against the ceiling, poking the screws through the holes in the base. Thread nuts onto the screws and tighten until base is almost tight against the ceiling. Adjust fixture to be straight. Put in bulbs. Put on cover and tighten to hold cover in place. If they had included 4 nuts and decent instructions everyone could install it easy. Do NOT skip the bracket, you'll never be able to straighten the fixture if you bolt it to the j box. Do NOT do what the instructions say and poke the screw head through the insulation and tighten in place. The whole fixture can slip off of one screw, causing extreme cursing the 3rd or 4th time. Use the nuts you bought, the fixture won't come off and hit you in the head. June 12, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product Overall a great light fixture for low ceilings and adds a nice decorative touch. February 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent lights for the dollar. We bought these lights as part of a massive renovation/ update we did to the house we bought. The hallway in which they are located is a bit more narrow than the common house. However, by mixing the features of the hallway with these lights, we now have a nice evenly lit hallway from one end to the other. Overall, we are extremely pleased with these lights. April 8, 2014
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