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    Can I use CFL bulbs with PD-6ANS

    Can I use any CFL bulbs with a PD-6ANS? The lights are not coming on with the 3-way setup, but the switch seems to be operating OK. Wiring is correct.

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    Yes, but you may need the MLC that came with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HugoER View Post
    Can I use any CFL bulbs with a PD-6ANS? The lights are not coming on with the 3-way setup, but the switch seems to be operating OK. Wiring is correct.
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