I have installed a ceiling light in the kitchen that has (6) 50w halogen bulbs. All are attached to a flexible rail that is suspended from ceiling using 6-inch standoffs. The problem is that after the lights were on for awhile, the base holding the transformer was warm to the touch, but not warm enough to burn. However, the shaft coming out of the base that the rail actually connects to (and transfers the power) was hot enough to make you think you were blistered. Now, the lights do not work at all. I know the house wiring ( (2) 12 gauge w/ground) is ok because the flourescent light that was there worked for 20 years. It just fell out of favor with my wife Any suggestions? Thanks.