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Try opening the light symbol DBX and under Options > Placement, Choose "Floor Mounted" then go back to the object DBX under the General tab and set the Position > "Offset From Floor".  That should solve the issue. 

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14 minutes ago, Chopsaw said:

Try opening the light symbol DBX and under Options > Placement, Choose "Floor Mounted" then go back to the object DBX under the General tab and set the Position > "Offset From Floor".  That should solve the issue. 

tried with no luck either!

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That should work even if you don't have a floor.  Did the instructions make sense?

 

If all else fails open the Symbol DBX and on the General tab Origin Offset adjust the "Z Position".

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