How to Fix the Outdoor Security Lights

Published On August 27, 2017 | By jordan | Outdoor Lighting Ideas

Outdoor security lights – Security lights are automated lights that either motion-sensing or photosensitive. The lamps light in response to movement or when it gets dark and the light sensor triggers. If a security light does not work, it may be a problem with the lamp, the power supply or the sensor itself. Repairing an outdoor security lights can usually be done quickly so long as the light is not shorting completely.

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How to fix the outdoor security lights, that the light receiving power. If the light is connected to a PBX, make sure the power switch is turned on and no turning power off accidentally. If the light is not receiving power, check the wiring for any signs of damage, make sure they are connected to the light and power and then check the circuit breaker to ensure that it is turned on. If the light is battery operated, replace the battery.

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Dust off light sensors with a damp cloth. You may need a ladder to reach the light. Dust and debris can include outdoor lighting and cause the sensors do not work. To keep the sensors clean is a good way to ensure that your lights will always work optimally. Check the setting on your outdoor security lights.  Aim your lights to make sure they cover the area you want them to cover. If a motion sensor light is directed too high, a moving tree branch potentially activates it.

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