06-09-2017 12:20 AM
It's a possibility pbernard
But never try non-dimmables in desperation. They cannot possibly work and there is a likelihood that they will damage the dimmer switch. That's any dimmer switch, not just the WeMo.
Ideally you shouldn't have to experiment to find bulbs that will work properly though. I appreciate too that it's a difficult task for Belkin to test its dimmer switch with all the different makes of bulbs available. What is needed is a standard design for all bulb manufacturers to stick to.
Whether or not Belkin recommends certain manufacturers' bulbs for use with its dimmer I don't know, but if it does then they will have been tested and should be OK. If not then I'd suggest only buying dimmable bulbs from the well known manufacturers and not cheap unknown makes.
08-13-2017 07:03 PM
08-28-2017 08:48 PM
I have gthe same problem. After a half our on the phone with the representative, I was told to call another number. That rep coundlnt help me either. They told me my bulbs are compatible. Its wired correctly. I think I am going to take all four switches back. They escalated my call to level 2. I dont want to wait up to 48 hours to POTENTIALLY resolve this issue Ugh!
09-04-2017 04:32 PM