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I have someone here cleaning my chandelier. It has a dimmer

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I have someone here cleaning my chandelier. It has a dimmer bar. When he started, we tested the light and it worked. but he kept twisting the chandelier while cleaning. when we turned on to switch out bulbs, no lights! HELP! I turned the fuse box off and on again.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Electrical
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Expert:  ProGrade replied 2 years ago.
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Twisting is not good and may have pulled a wire loose from its connection. Hopefully this occurred in the box supporting the fixture. If so, the canopy, the part at the top of the chain can be dropped where you could possibly find the loose connection. Start with that. If a loose connection is not found, I would temporarily replace the dimmer with a standard toggle switch and test the fixture. If not successful the loose connection could be inside the fixture in which case it would have to be removed and taken apart to find.

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