Why Do My Landscape Lights Keep Going Out?

Answer:

If you do have power at your transformer, and the lights still aren’t turning on, there is likely a short causing the transformer to shut off. There should be a toggle switch or a fuse stat inside the transformer. Check to make sure the toggle switch is in the correct position, or see if your fuse stat is blown.

Answer:

If all of the landscape lights in a system stop working, typically there is a problem with the power to the low voltage lighting transformer. And 90-percent of the time the loss of power is due to a tripped Ground Fault Circuit Interrupteror GFCI. In some circles, some electricians and homeowners will also refer to these outlets as just a GFI.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do my low voltage landscape lights flicker?

Flickering or blinking lights are usually caused by one of four things: Problem with the bulb (not in tight enough, wrong bulb type for dimmer switch) Faulty light or fixture switch. ... An unclean and fluctuating output voltage on the transformer can cause the LED lights to flicker.

Why does my light bulb keep burning out?

If your light bulb is not receiving proper ventilation by being covered in a recessed fixture (dust building up in the wiring or on the bulb can worsen this), it is easy for it to overheat. You want to check that your light bulb is approved to be used in a fixture which is enclosed.

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