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'''Downlights''' are hot, a potential [[fire hazard]] if incorrectly installed, have poor [[energy efficiency]] (especially where [[air-conditioners]] are used), and harsh on the eyes.
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Downlights are hot. They are a potential fire hazard if incorrectly installed, have poor energy efficiency (especially where air-conditioners are used), and are harsh on the eyes.



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