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The Watt Size Limitations of Light Fixtures

Why You Should Never Oversize a Light Bulb

Staying Within the Specifications for Light Bulbs
Question: Can I put a 250 watt light bulb in a light fixture that indicates 150w max?

Background: Joe, a Homeowner from Midway, Utah

Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your electrical question Joe.

You Should Never Oversize a Light Bulb

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