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Torchstar via Amazon has Torchstar 12-Pack 6" 12W Dimmable Ultra-Thin LED Recessed Ceiling Light (2700K-5000K) on sale from $89.81 when you apply the corresponding promotion code at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks JZ1989

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Torchstar via Amazon [amazon.com] has 12-Pack 12W 6 Inch Recessed Lighting, Dimmable Ultra-Thin Ceiling Light, ETL and Energy Star Listed Can-killer, 100W Eqv., 5 Years Warranty from $89.84 + Free Shipping.Shipping is Free.
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I installed about 18 of these lights in the 4000k and 5000k variants throughout my house and garage over a year ago. They have been excellent, especially for the price!!

I know others question these every time they pop up so I wanted to give my real world experience and input from this exact brand.
Same here. at 24 already indoor+outdoor and just bought another 12 to replace cans in my basement ceiling.
FYI these are ETL listed which is pretty much exactly the same as UL listed. You would not get screwed by your insurance.

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I installed about 18 of these lights in the 4000k and 5000k variants throughout my house and garage over a year ago. They have been excellent, especially for the price!!

I know others question these every time they pop up so I wanted to give my real world experience and input from this exact brand.
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I installed about 18 of these lights in the 4000k and 5000k variants throughout my house and garage over a year ago. They have been excellent, especially for the price!!

I know others question these every time they pop up so I wanted to give my real world experience and input from this exact brand.
Same here. at 24 already indoor+outdoor and just bought another 12 to replace cans in my basement ceiling.
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Same here. at 24 already indoor+outdoor and just bought another 12 to replace cans in my basement ceiling.
Hey Quick question
Do we require to have green wire for earthing to be connected? If you can share some information please.
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Same here. at 24 already indoor+outdoor and just bought another 12 to replace cans in my basement ceiling.
How do you use these to replace the canned ones? I have always used the ones that screw into the bulb fitting and you just remove the can rim and pop in the unit. These look more complex, and I do not want to burn my house down. Thanks for any advice.
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How easy are these to wire up? Is anything else needed to convert can style recessed lighting in a finished basement? Have about 12-14 cans in basement wired to a dimmer switch that was there when we moved in and the switch can get hot. Probably has something to do with switch only being rated for 600w.
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How do you use these to replace the canned ones? I have always used the ones that screw into the bulb fitting and you just remove the can rim and pop in the unit. These look more complex, and I do not want to burn my house down. Thanks for any advice.
If in drywall w/out any access from above, i wouldn't bother...unless you want to tear into your drywall. when you have access from above, you can simply remove the retaining nails from the can light arms, and rewire into the junction box and snap these in.

i'm repacing cans hanging on a drop ceiling track..so i can get to the old cans.
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3000k dates slipped and I can't place desperate orders using the code multiple times
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If in drywall w/out any access from above, i wouldn't bother...unless you want to tear into your drywall. when you have access from above, you can simply remove the retaining nails from the can light arms, and rewire into the junction box and snap these in.

i'm repacing cans hanging on a drop ceiling track..so i can get to the old cans.
Thanks for the info. Guess I'll keep the current LED bulbs in cans.
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any coupon for smaller quantities? i don't need 12.
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These are amazing and easy to install. Put 28 of them in my house. If Fakespot is saying D...it's 100% false
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any coupon for smaller quantities? i don't need 12.
Install 6 and keep the rest for replacements Wink
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Install 6 and keep the rest for replacements Wink
just have to remember that you have them and where you put them 6+ years ago....
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