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I'd like to introduce everyone to the dumbest light in the world. Say hello, light.
Now this light is dumb because it is very dim, and it is the only light attached to not only a light switch right by the door to my condo, but also to one on the other side of the living room in the hallway. The only effect of turning this light on is to make one person on the couch feel very special.
What I would like to do is to attach track lighting to the ceiling parallel to the balcony doors, so that the whole living room is bathed in light when we turn the lights on. Also so the living room is not lit by a few insufficient lamps.
There are two unidentified white wires running into this thing. The problem I have is that this isn't actually a light socket but is instead some single thing. There are two options I see:
1) Rewire this into an actual light bulb socket, then get one of those bulb socket to outlet converters, then plug the track lighting into that.
2) Wire the track lighting directly into the wires in the ceiling.