|Product Depth (in.)||11.75 in||Product Height (in.)||1.5 in|
|Product Width (in.)||11.75 in|
|Color/Finish||Clear||Fitter Width (in.)||0 in|
|Glass Type||Clear Glass||Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor|
|Number in Pack||1||Product Weight (lb.)||1.27 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Shade Color Family||White|
|Shade Fitter Type||Neckless||Shade Material||Glass|
|Shade Shape||Square||Shade Type||Diffuser|
|Certifications and Listings||No Certifications or Listings||Manufacturer Warranty||None|
A: The one I bought is square. But it should work for you.
A: Not good
A: Shipped to store.
A: This is a Westinghouse Lighting replacement diffuser and is 12 inches in width. This attaches to an existing light fixture that uses this type of diffuser.
A: It fits the ceiling fixture you should already have installed. This is a "replacement glass cover" that hides the bulbs in the fixture. You unscrew the threaded knob that comes with your ceiling fixture (which is in the center of your current fixture and is holding your current glass to the fixture) and remove the current old glass cover. Put this pretty new one in its place and attach it with the threaded knob that comes with your ceiling fixture.
A: Just attach it where the old cover was with the screw cap from the old cover
A: The light fixture should come down with a male threaded screw. I do not recall if the light-cover included a white female cap that goes onto it ... or if it is necessary to buy these separately (they are available in 2-packs). So simply put the cover up, make sure the threaded screw comes through the small hole in the middle, and place the cap on the outside. If you have cover and cap, process takes less than a minute.
A: This diffuser is a replacement for an existing fixture that uses a threaded rod and this glass attaches with a finial that would come on the fixture.
A: This diffuser is designed to be installed on a ceiling light fixture that has a threaded rod that extends fro the center of the fixture and below the bulbs. A threaded nut screws onto the rod securing the diffuser. The diffuser has a centered hole that allows the rod t extend past it to accept the nut.
A: It does not. I used the one on the broken diffuser.
A: No it does not . I used the old one I had.
A: No, the stud nut is sold separately if needed.
A: Yes please.
A: Please contact our Consumer Support Division at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
A: Yes you can, I did.
A: Yes you can . That is what i have
Sign up for emails & save 10% on select home decor. Valid on select items.