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Thread: Diva DVWCL-153PH Flashes LED Bulb

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    Diva DVWCL-153PH Flashes LED Bulb

    Hello,


    I installed Diva DVWCL-153PH to use with 8 Luminus LED PAR20 bulb. I realize when I press the switch to ON, all bulb flash in 1 second and then turn on normally.
    Other than the beginning flash (which bother me every time I switch it on) dimmer works very well with Luminus bulb. Dimming range is perfect, no flicker, no buzzing sound.

    Has anyone heard or experienced this issue ? Thanks

    Andy

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    Hello SAPSEC,

    This is a fairly common problem with LEDs. There is no harm in leaving it this way. It's more of an annoyance than anything else. Lutron's newest generation of that dimmer was designed to solve that flash on start up issue. We would suggest contacting our 24/7 technical support team and referencing this forum post. Provide them with the issue you are having and the date code of the dimmer. It can be found stamped in the metal in the lower left corner of the dimmer. It should begin with the letter T.

    1-844-588-7661

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