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    Caseta Dimmer Switch - Flickering LED Light

    HI
    I just installed the Caseta dimmer switch that connects to Wink and smart hub in my bedroom. I have 6 LED lights that total to about 78 Watts. I've noticed that at the max setting a couple lights will occassionaly flicker.
    At the lowest setting a different set of lights will do the same.
    Is there any solution? Did I do something wrong?

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    What lights are you using? Are they on the Lutron approved list? That will help narrow the problem down.
    Residential Lighting and Shading Specialist for CED Escondido

    mbalay@cedescondido.com

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    Hi:
    Yes apparently they are approved. The are utilitech DLS02-06A27D1E-WH-F2

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    I'll have to wait for a Lutron member chimes in, but there is a low end trim that you can use on the one dimmer that has problems on the low end. I believe there is a high end trim, but may be wrong on that. Do you have any motor type loads (ceiling fan, exhaust fan, dryer, etc.) on the same circuit? Sometimes those will cause problems with the dimming, especially if the neutrals are shared.
    Residential Lighting and Shading Specialist for CED Escondido

    mbalay@cedescondido.com

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    I'll recheck the wiring tomorrow. We have no ceiling fans or dryers. An exhaust fan may be on it. I am not sure we are plugged in to the neutral. The switch had two black and one green for earth, no neutral wires.

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    It looks like that bulb is on our approved list. You can adjust both the high-end and low-end trims to try and eliminate the flickering. Here is a link to the instructions on how to adjust the limits: http://www.casetawireless.com/Docume...ced%20Inst.pdf . See page 35 for adjusting the low-end trim, and page 36 for adjusting the high-end trim.

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    No luck. Two of the lights seem to dim and go back to a brighter setting at all levels. I'm trying to test out why, but the exhaust fan isn't running. TV is on, but it doesn't always happen when the tv is on.
    Any other solutions?

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