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Hi,

 

At school today we had lights on and then our whole second bar stopped working. I believe we have a chilli inductive, and we use a Jester ML 24 to operate the lights. We could smell burning both near the lights and in the lighting box. I believe it is an issue with the dimmer but I have no idea. Any thoughts?

 

(Just for record this was reported and a qualified electrician will be coming in to sort out the issue)

 

Thanks,

 

James

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Hi James,

 

 

With anything like this, advice would always be to get someone experienced and qualified to take a look at the problem, which it sounds like you're doing, so I'd leave it to them :-)

 

Jon

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With anything like this, advice would always be to get someone experienced and qualified to take a look at the problem, which it sounds like you're doing, so I'd leave it to them :-)

Yeah, I wouldn't try to fix the problem my self, I just wondered what could have caused the issue that's all :-)

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If you have not done so already I would advise you isolate the dimmer until you have had it assessed.

Continuing to use this if there is a problem can result in more serious issue occurring.

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If you have not done so already I would advise you isolate the dimmer until you have had it assessed.

Continuing to use this if there is a problem can result in more serious issue occurring.

Yeah, when the lights went out, I went up to the desk, noticed the burning smell in the box at the same time as they noticed the burning smell in the theatre itself and I shut off the mains power to the dimmer

 

I just really want to know the cause

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