We're having some trouble with our LED ceiling lights. These are for a new build bought in 2016. In 2018 one of the ceiling lights failed (which was never replaced) and now in 2019 one started flickering quite badly.
We'd like to replace these bulbs, but have had trouble finding the replacement housings. The details written on the bulb are:
I shall endeavour to explain what ericmark is saying.
He is saying that as the light fittings have an IP rating of 65 (As shown in your picture) light fittings you have are designed for use in a wet/damp environment i.e. above a shower. The fact that you have them in your kitchen means who ever installed them must have got a "job lot" and fitted them everywhere, even though they need not have been IP65 rated.
As they are IP65 rated the lamp is probably sealed into the housing (To stop water getting in) so you have no choice but to change the whole fitting, but this time you can get down lights that are NOT IP65 rated and then add the lamp of your choice, and when the new lamps fail, you can just change the lamp like most of us do.
The IP rating is a rating system so you can see at a glance what environment something can or can not be used in. Most things have an IP rating, but its so low its not mentioned.
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