By Richard from Richmond, VA on November 9, 2014
I have a 3 bulb Kichler under cabinet xenon light out as well only it's Model # K-10574-CLR. 18 watt 12.8 Volt. Will this item work?
By Jacob from Pegasus Lighting on November 10, 2014
If your transformer has failed then yes replacing it with this one should fix the issue.
By Gordon from Iowa on November 10, 2014
Answer:I have the same light. This transformer solved my problem light has worked great now.
By Tom from Cleveland, OH on November 10, 2014
Answer:This replacement transformer works perfectly. I have already replaced one and I now have a second fixture that is starting to flicker.
The most difficult part of the replacement was removing the old transformer. It is glued to the fixture with something like atomic elephant snot. I had to break it off in pieces. You can attach the new transformer with two sided foam tape.
By Chris from NC on November 10, 2014
Answer:I used them to replace the transformer in two of my under cabinet Kichler K-10566 lights (2 bulb Xenon), and they work great, fixed the intermittent lighting issue. Not sure about your exact model, but as the voltage is the same (12.8V) as mine, I imagine they are worth a try.
By David from Larchmont, NY on November 10, 2014
Answer:It worked for me.
By Nancy from Brook Park, Ohio on November 10, 2014
Answer:Hired a local electrician to repair and replace the transformer, was well worth the minimal fee. No bulbs were broken, light looks great once again.
Enjoy the beautiful under cabinet lighting!
By John from Texas on November 10, 2014
Answer:If the fixture has three lights total and each light is 18w = 54w total, the 80w 12V transformer will work.
By Dennis from Horseshoe Bay, TX on November 10, 2014
Answer:I replaced the bulbs, which didn't fix it, so I ordered the Hatch transformer and it works! It will handle up to 80 watts.
By Ed from Alpena, MI on November 10, 2014
Answer:It worked perfect for me. The wattage on my transformer is higher than your unit, but that's because my bulbs take more current since they are halogen, not xenon. I believe the transformer would simply not work as hard to light up your system. The voltage is right.
By Terry from US on November 10, 2014
Answer:Short answer is yes. It's an easy install. I purchased this unit myself for the very same Kichler unit and replaced the failed transformer. Works great again.
By Andy from Detroit on November 10, 2014
Answer:Yes, it works like a charm! I have replaced the transformer on two of my Kichler # K-10574-CLRs with this transformer without any issues after several months of use.
By David from NC on November 10, 2014
Answer:Yes, it worked just fine.
By Mack from Oklahoma City on November 10, 2014
Answer:I bought the transformer and replaced it on my under counter light. It worked for about 90 days and quit again, so I ordered a new under counter light and replaced the old one. It has been working for about 6 months. If it happened to another one of my lights I would just order a new light.
By Ed from Alpena, MI on November 10, 2014
Answer:It should work perfect - just like it did for me. The Hatch unit calls for a 10 watt min. draw with this particular transformer. Your system draws 18 watts. My system draws more because I have halogen bulbs. Kichler doesn't offer any parts to d.i.y. folks to service their under cabinet lights. So far, I'm completely satisfied.
By Claudia from Alanta on November 10, 2014
Answer:It worked great. The hardest part was opening the lighting unit.
By Frank Lozano from Houston, Texas on November 11, 2014
Answer:I originally thought I had a light bulb problem as several bulbs around the kitchen had gone out, so I ordered a dozen of them. After replacing the bulbs I had one section of lights that did not come one. After reading several different forums about how to fix it, instead of buying a new one, I found Pegasus Lighting. This item was EXACTLY what I needed. It was super simple to replace, although I was scared prying the old transformer from it's housing. Its only held on with double-sided sticky tape. After matching the wires to the old setup, putting all the screws back in place, I turned it on and it worked like new! I look like a master electrician to my wife. In fact, they are so inexpensive, I think I'll buy a few extras to have around the house just in case.
By Gary from Virginia on November 12, 2014
Answer:Mine was a Kichler 1058bz (3-light under cabinet light) and it has worked great.
By J from TX on November 12, 2014
Answer:As long as the total wattage of the bulbs in the fixture are less than 80 it will not be overloaded, as far as the 12V versus 12.8V that should not be a problem either. The output of the transformer can vary depending on the input voltage from the utility. If it is a little lower the bulb will not put our the rated lumens but I doubt that you can perceive the difference. It will not hurt anything. Good luck! Love the Kichler fixtures but the transformer has been a problem on 2 of them. Have not had any problem with the replacement transformer.