I have a lamp I am trying to fix.
It's a 3-pendant floor lamp, and it came with a slider (dimmer) box
between the plug and the light. I heard a "pop" the other day, and
the lights went out. Today I opened up the box, and there was a
circuit board inside. On the board is a slider/resister, a few other
componenets, and (I think) a transformer attached to a heat sink.
The pendants take 120V bulbs, so I expected I could take out the
dimmer board - cap the wires together (2 #14s), and revert to a normal
lamp. So I did that, and ...
only one of the three pendants lights up. Eh?
Trying to remember assembling the lamp - I'm pretty sure it was wired
straight through - ie, no switches or junctions inside the fixture, at
least that were accessible to me.