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January 23, 11:24 AM [GMT -5]

I'd also be careful about using them in rooms when the can lights are exposed to cold attic spaces.. some can lights cannot have insulation in contact with them.
I avoided them altogether, however they may be good between a 1st and 2nd floor,
or even a finished basement ceiling.

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