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[Princess Auto] 4 ft Garage Series LED Shop Light $38.85

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[Princess Auto] 4 ft Garage Series LED Shop Light $38.85

seems to be well built light fixture. Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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seems Meh, the costco ones are a lot better looking and have the same output rating for the same price.
the one they have right now on costco.ca is 4000lm for $45


I have a few of this one, they're great.
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I have low ceiling, can these be mounted right on to the ceiling?
And I would prefer a proper switch instead of pull chords, they break after like a year or two with normal usage.
Can this or costco one acheive what i want?
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I've been looking to get a few of these to put in our laundry room.

I currently only have a singe lightbulb that is controlled by a switch and a fluorescent shoplight that plugs in (with a pull cord). I was looking to get some shop light and hardwire them so I could switch them on and off but they seem more expensive compare to PA and costco where you plug them in (@ $40) for the LED.

Only if I could find a light socket adapter with 3 prong I could just take off the light bulb and plug it in.
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I've installed 2 double 4" LED that I got from Home Dept, super bright garage now.
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Yes they can be mounted flush to the cellling. Not sure about the switch tho...
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hurlyhunk wrote:
Sep 19th, 2018 1:48 pm
I have low ceiling, can these be mounted right on to the ceiling?
And I would prefer a proper switch instead of pull chords, they break after like a year or two with normal usage.
Can this or costco one acheive what i want?
Why don't you actually research the product, instead of asking other people to do your busy work?
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T3rry wrote:
Sep 19th, 2018 1:26 pm
seems Meh, the costco ones are a lot better looking and have the same output rating for the same price.
the one they have right now on costco.ca is 4000lm for $45


I have a few of this one, they're great.
Costco-West-Deals-112.jpg
You threw me off with that pic...its like dated 2015! I was about to plan a trip to costco to demand a price adjustment!! :D
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Do these LED fixtures interfere with garage door opener signals?
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dealerguy wrote:
Sep 19th, 2018 3:53 pm
Do these LED fixtures interfere with garage door opener signals?
No
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dealerguy wrote:
Sep 19th, 2018 3:53 pm
Do these LED fixtures interfere with garage door opener signals?
no. I have 2 in my garage from Rona and have not no issues.
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The person asked a simple question. Seems unnecessarily aggressive. If you didn’t want to answer then just ignore it. This place works better when people are nice to one another.
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hurlyhunk wrote:
Sep 19th, 2018 1:48 pm
I have low ceiling, can these be mounted right on to the ceiling?
And I would prefer a proper switch instead of pull chords, they break after like a year or two with normal usage.
Can this or costco one acheive what i want?
Either wire the plug to a switch or convert the light socket to a plug or chop the plug off and wire it into a junction controlled by a switch.
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milothedog wrote:
Sep 19th, 2018 4:11 pm
The person asked a simple question. Seems unnecessarily aggressive. If you didn’t want to answer then just ignore it. This place works better when people are nice to one another.
Who are you talking to there?

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