Vista 48-in x 10-in LED Linear Flush Mount - Light Bronze

Vista 48-in x 10-in direct wire bronze flush mount ceiling light has a contemporary design with a white acrylic diffuser. It will enhance home or office lighting needs. Dim capable with most triac wall dimmers. Built-in LED lights help reduce energy consumption and save money on utility bills that never needs replacing.
Related Model LF1130-BR4-48LF4-T,3483656
Rooms Home Office, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Living Room
Family Name Vista
Fixture Material Stamped Steel
Fixture Color Light Bronze
Glass/Lens Type Gloss White
Mounting Flush Mount
Safety Rated Damp Location
Safety Listing ETL
Energy Star Yes
Light Included Yes
Light Source LED
LED Qty 112
Color Temperature 4114K
Color Rendering Index (CRI) 84
Color-Changing Temperature No
Rated LED Life 50000 Hrs
Lumens 4905
Dimming Yes
Dimming Type Triac Wall Dimmer
Input Voltage 120V 60Hz
Battery Included No
Command Strips® from 3M No
Power Cord None - Direct Wire
Linkable No
Power Switch Wall Switch
Power Source Direct Wire
Warranty 5-Year Limited Warranty
Fixture Size 48 in
Fixture Dimensions (inches) 48 x 10 x 3.25
Fixture Weight (lbs) 6.92
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When I wired the product, Vista LED Model # LF1130-BR4-48LF4, the light will not turn off at the switch. The previous light was able to be turned off with the switch. The directions provided indicate the unit has two wires, both black and white, that lead into the connector where I would wire my black and white wire. The unit that I purchased the connector has only one black wire and one white wire. What is the reason why the light switch will not work with your light that I purchased?

The two back and two white wires in the instruction picture are probably from the previous generation of fixture that had 2 smaller drivers in it.  It has been changed to 1 larger driver so there will now be only 1 set of black and white wires from the fixture. 

Per engineering, it sounds like a pilot error. It appears you may not have closed the loop on the switch leads. A single pole switch has two leads, 1 in, 1 out, 1 to the switch, and 1 to the fixture.

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