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    Lights blinking in sequence

    Hello all. I’ve been trying to troubleshoot an issue I’m having with my Pro dimmer and my GU10 LEDs. The dimmer is a PD-10NXD since I don’t have a neutral wire at the switch box. When I first installed the switch I got ghosting so after a lot of research I got the LUT-MLC and installed it in the first light from a 7-bulb array. Now I get a blinking sequence from all lights at max power and the dimmer blinks LEDs 1 and 4. I have a video but I’m having a hard time posting from my iPhone. I’ve tried 2 different bulbs to the same result even though it doesn’t present the issue of bulb incompatibility I’ve seen in other threads. If I’m mistaken or if I’m missing something I’ll appreciate any light you can shed. Thanks in advance. 😉

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    The 10NXD needs a neutral connection when used with LEDs.

    The 6CL might be a better choice if no neutral is present.
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    Quote Originally Posted by randyc View Post
    The 10NXD needs a neutral connection when used with LEDs.

    The 6CL might be a better choice if no neutral is present.
    I believe the 10NXD has a non-neutral setting that needs to be activated by a sequence. I don't have one at hand to check the installation guide and feeling lazy to look it up online. 6CL is a better choice.

    Georgie32- GU10 LEDs are notoriously bad from LED manufacturers. Not enough out there for them to really design a good one, and there's not a lot of space in that bulb. May have better luck reverting to incandescent/halogen standard GU10 bulbs.
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    Thanks!

    Thank you guys for the suggestions. Will get the different dimmer as I don’t have a neutral wire and getting one is king of a mission since my house is an older 1950s type. I tried using Philips 9290012664 and they work fine but the are turned out to be a warm white (eve thought they say bright white) and it doesn’t work for my kitchen. The daylight whites I have in the Caseta lamp/extender work perfectly fine. These are Kohree GUKHA01-50E from Amazon just in case anyone out there is setting up. Thanks again, cheers!

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    Went to Home Depot and got the 6WCL and installed it to no problems with my Kohree daylight GU10 bulbs. It’s great!! Thanks for the support in this particular issue. Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgie32 View Post
    Went to Home Depot and got the 6WCL and installed it to no problems with my Kohree daylight GU10 bulbs. It’s great!! Thanks for the support in this particular issue. Cheers!
    Thanks for the update. Glad the GU10s are behaving well.
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