Frequently Asked Questions about our Mirrors
You will need a qualified electrician to connect the LED mirror. We recommend that you connect the LED mirror directly onto your main power for the house. The LED Mirror has its own switch to put the LED’s on or off. Alternatively your electrician can connect the LED to the same switch as your bathroom light. The only downfall of connecting your LED to your bathroom light switch is that you will only be able to use your LED mirror when your bathroom light is on.
Yes we do have spare parts for the LED Mirrors, (Note that LED’s have a lifespan of 10000 hours and very seldom need to be replaced). We keep spares of the LED strips, power supplies and touch switches for the LED mirrors. We also have spare Mirrors for the LED 1600 Mirror cabinet.
Should you have quantities of more than 50 mirror cabinets, we can custom make a mirror cabinet to your specification. We unfortunately do not custom make single units.
No. All of our LED mirrors are imported and cannot be custom made. The sizes on the website are the only sizes that we currently have.
Unscrew the plates holding the LED strips
Disconnect the LED Strips
Connect the New LED Strips
Use the plates removed earlier to keep the LED’s in place
Unplug the old power supply, and disconnect at electrical point.
Disconnect the two plugs (one going to power supply and one going to LED’s)
Reconnect the wires for power supply and LED’s