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hi this is my first post :)

Before i ask the question i would like to point out that i am just a kid so dont go onto really techie stuff with me.

well my question is that i have bought 2 dimmes, 1 double and 1 single, meant to go on a ceiling + wall candle bulb lights (double) and a fluorescent wall light (single). So they tell me they cant put the dimer on the fluorescent because of some transistor thingy. They have put a normal switch there instead, they have also put a normal switch for the ceiling light so that now has a dimmer and switch controlling it. So now i go and tell him to replace the normal switch for the ceiling light with the spare dimmer and he goes that you have to have a normal switch on one side, and you can only have 1 dimmer. Is this true? Sorry if i confused you, i often do that to people :(
 
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