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If some of your outdoor low voltage landscape lighting is not working, we are here for you, the most common cause is usually a bad connection.
Landscape lighting wire is buried under the ground and many connections; Lightscapes seals our connections and will be glad to check yours.
The ground is a very hostile environment for wiring and can corrode and damage wire splices and connections, interrupting the electrical connection.
The majority of repairs will involve the connections between the controller and the light.
Manufacturers of outdoor lighting products realize the design weaknesses of landscape lighting products and have come up with some very innovative ideas to keep water out of their connection.
One company not only uses waterproof wire-nut connectors, but also includes plastic bags to put over the splice to protect it; some of these connectors work some do not; great ideas must always be tested in the field.
We test all of Our landscape Lighting Connectors before they are installed.
This method is highly recommended and is one of the best ways to keep water out of a splice.
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