I'm just getting started adding Caséta dimmers and switches to my new home, which came with Feit CFLs (ESL13T/12) in all the light fixtures. I know they're not dimmable, but that's fine--I just want to turn them on or off.
My first couple of installations were for circuits with at least six CFLs and they've been working great. I then tried replacing the switch for my bedroom ceiling light fixture, which has only two CFLs, and I've had less success there. I installed a PD-6WCL and noticed that at night I can see one of the bulbs just faintly flicker when the dimmer is off. I thought it might be a defective bulb and I replaced it with another CFL, but I still see the same behavior.
Then I thought I might adjust the low-end trim on that dimmer and see if that would solve the issue. However, while the dimmer will enter the trim mode it won't respond to either up or down button to adjust.
So, is that characteristic behavior when there's only 26 watts of load across the dimmer, or do I have a defective dimmer? I'm leaning towards defective, as "off" should be off!