Standing lamp potentiometer broken
I have a nice floor lamp at home that has the potentiometers circuit broken (I checked the fuses already) does anyone know if these potentiometers are standard? Where can I buy a new one to fix my lamp?
Details about the make and model here: http://amzn.eu/d/ftMo7vc .
It uses halogen bulbs which explain that the potentiometer is rated at 300W which is absourdely large and inefficient. If I had a way to upgrade the lamp to an LED light bulb I would have a go with it, although I am afraid that will overcomplicate things.
Thanks Vasilis. I realise now that my question is missleading. I was referring to the complete electronic package as a whole, including the dimmer and the electronic transformer. I tried to find it in Rapid Online without success. I image the package is too specific to be bought. Unfortunately I do not have the tools or the skills to identify exactly where is the fault.
Ist dies eine gute Frage?
peresmu we would need to know what make and model your lamp is. It will also be nice to see some pictures of the details like the "potentiometer" etc. The more details you can provide the more information you may receive. Post some pictures with your question Bilder zu einer vorhandenen Frage hinzufügen
thanks for your suggestions. I have updated the post with those details.