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2-Pack TP-Link HS220 Smart Dimmer Wi-Fi Light Switch EXPIRED

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  • Control your lights from anywhere with the Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch, Dimmer. With the Smart Wi-Fi Dimmer, you can control the ambiance of any space with the push of a button. Plus, easily control it from anywhere using the Kasa app or you can use your voice to control when paired with Amazon Alexa, Google assistant and Microsoft cortana.
  • Our research indicates that the combo savings for this deal is $18 less (23.69% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $75.98 (buying 2 separately). -slickdewmaster

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2 x TP-LINK HS220 Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch $57.98

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I did, it can turn the fan on and off.. that's it. Use normal switch not dimmer
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Thanks save me from doing so..

"The problem with a dimmer switch is that it can be easily overloaded. It can also cause problems for the ceiling fan if it is directly connected to it. The switch could damage the motor on the ceiling fan. If the switch is overloaded, it could heat up and start a fire."

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If you don't need dimming capabilities Walmart has this on clearance in store only for $30. Use brickseek and enter UPC 845973083113
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Will help expose to more people if you can add dimmer to title.
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Anyone tried to use these with fans?
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Anyone tried to use these with fans?
I did, it can turn the fan on and off.. that's it. Use normal switch not dimmer
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I did, it can turn the fan on and off.. that's it. Use normal switch not dimmer
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Anyone tried to use these with fans?
Never use dimmers on fans.
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If you don't need dimming capabilities Walmart has this on clearance in store only for $30. Use brickseek and enter UPC 845973083113
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Tp-link drops plan to integrate with Apple HomeKit FYI for folks with Apple ecosystem.
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Never use dimmers on fans.
Thanks save me from doing so..

"The problem with a dimmer switch is that it can be easily overloaded. It can also cause problems for the ceiling fan if it is directly connected to it. The switch could damage the motor on the ceiling fan. If the switch is overloaded, it could heat up and start a fire."

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Never use dimmers on fans.
Wasn't aware. Thank you.
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Wasn't aware. Thank you.
The light part of the fan is fine if wired seperately but dont do it to the fan motor
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The light part of the fan is fine if wired seperately but dont do it to the fan motor
I have two separate switches for light and fan. Going to do dimmer for light and hs200 for fan
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If you don't need dimming capabilities Walmart has this on clearance in store only for $30. Use brickseek and enter UPC 845973083113
Picked up a handful of those for $15 a piece at a couple Walmarts and the single poles for $7. YMMV
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The light part of the fan is fine if wired seperately but dont do it to the fan motor
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I have two separate switches for light and fan. Going to do dimmer for light and hs200 for fan
Great info folks!
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