Sorry, model MX-24109CFGF is either Discontinued or no longer exists on our site
Model MX-24109CFGF is either Discontinued or no longer exists on our site
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Answers to Recent Lighting Questions Posted To This Page
- Question #9271 - Posted: 1/28/2012 11:01:22 AM
Lighting Question Model MX-53035FTSN
QUESTION: How much light does this fixture deliver (compare to a XXX Watt bulb)? I want to mount it in a hutch that sits on a desk.
ANSWER: The Maxim 53035FTSN light fixture you are referring to has been discontinued and no longer available. We do not have any further details about it other than what is posted on our website.
- Question #5192 - Posted: 5/25/2008 7:11:52 PM
Lighting Question Model MX-11675LTLG
QUESTION: Hello, Does this particular model have a polished gold finish, a brushed (satin) gold finish, or both? I can't quite tell from the photograph. It looks very stately and I am very interested in it. Thanks for the information.
ANSWER: If you look at the largest picture, you will see that the finish is a brushed finish. More like a very light brushed antique gold.
- Question #1985 - Posted: 9/19/2007 4:07:43 PM
Lighting Question Model MX-91092LTKB
QUESTION: How do I determine the length of the light. I have a 9 foot ceiling and will hang over a 4 foot counter.
ANSWER: There is no rule of thumb for this application. If you want the lights to be above your head, then they need to be installed at least at a point taller than you. So, 6 1/2 feet from the floor is a typical height for such an application. In this case, you can modify the height of the rods by cutting them.
- Question #491 - Posted: 6/12/2007 5:24:24 PM
Lighting Question Model MX-11903VADB
QUESTION: does the glass on this pendant attach with thumb screws or with a retaining system using a nut inside the globe that screws on to the fixture?
ANSWER: The glass is held in by a nut inside the globe as apposed to thumb screws.