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TP-Link Kasa WiFi Dimmer Light Switch (HS220) - 3 Pack - $69.99

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[Amazon.ca] TP-Link Kasa WiFi Dimmer Light Switch (HS220) - 3 Pack - $69.99

Was looking for a few of these and found it on amazon (the buy box is not amazon but some third party FBA, so you have to "see other offers" to find amazon - the link should work).

3-pack for $70.

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07HGS ... EEQB&psc=1

The cheapest these have been is $24.99 each and at one point, the 3-pack was also $70.

Edit: as per below, cheapest was $59.99 for the 3 pack.
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Cheapest for this 3 Pack was at BB for $59.99
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KiraSensei wrote: Cheapest for this 3 Pack was at BB for $59.99
I had done a quick search and didn't find any deal posted for that price. Either way, this is $10 more or $3.33 more per each. No biggie.
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It's been this price since Feb 1st. Nothing crazy
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xblackdemonx wrote: It's been this price since Feb 1st. Nothing crazy
Actually it’s been $70 since December, when I bought 5 packs. Then it went down to $60 in January and I got a price adjustment for all of them.
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Yup. I seen the threads but they are all expired. Bestbuy is $80.

Maybe I should've said "deal is back?".
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nite4evr wrote: Can anyone confirm this doesn't flicker like the Costco ones?
I have 2 of these and they don’t flicker. I use one with pot lights and the other with a 3 bulb ceiling light.
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nite4evr wrote: Can anyone confirm this doesn't flicker like the Costco ones?
I have these dimmers controlling both LED panel pot lights and older pot light housings with either halogens or LED bulbs and I've not experienced any flickering.
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If you are getting flickering, ensure that the bulbs you have installed are actually dimmable.
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nite4evr wrote: Can anyone confirm this doesn't flicker like the Costco ones?
Flicker is caused by an interaction between LED bulbs and the electronic dimmer. It can occur with any combination. You can't predict that it will or won't occur with any specific model of dimmer, it depends on your bulbs. Since it's usually cheaper and easier to change the bulbs than the dimmer, that's what most people do.
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I just got this and I get a buzz below 100% but apa a flicker when it turns on (flashes at high brightness at start)

Supposedly from other reviews that means I have a floating neutral and need to better improve that
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any solution to the "local only" issue?
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So i was replacing my switch with HS220, I opened it up and i found the neutral, 1 load and 2 hot wire. No ground. Why would I see 2 hot wire (line)???? Tried connecting the two line wire together and it doesn't work. Although, i found 3 neutral wire on the back of the box and undid and used only one. Later found instructions and the person was twisting the neutral from the switch to the 3 wires.
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pirath wrote: So i was replacing my switch with HS220, I opened it up and i found the neutral, 1 load and 2 hot wire. No ground. Why would I see 2 hot wire (line)???? Tried connecting the two line wire together and it doesn't work. Although, i found 3 neutral wire on the back of the box and undid and used only one. Later found instructions and the person was twisting the neutral from the switch to the 3 wires.
My guess is:
from breaker: 1 line and 1 neutral.
to lamp: 1 load and and 1 neutral.
to next down-circuit junction box: 1 hot and 1 neutral.

total: 2 line/hot (should be connected together), 1 load, 3 neutrals (should be connected together).
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Thx u sound about right. I connected it like that except I didn connect the neutral all together. Could that be the reason it didn work? I would have to make an attempt to connect it tomorrow after work. thx.
bogolisk wrote: My guess is:
from breaker: 1 line and 1 neutral.
to lamp: 1 load and and 1 neutral.
to next down-circuit junction box: 1 hot and 1 neutral.

total: 2 line/hot (should be connected together), 1 load, 3 neutrals (should be connected together).

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