Hi! I replaced my over the range Microwave down-light with an LED. . .looks great but won't turn off. . .apparently there's still just a little bit of current running through when the switch is off and it's enough to keep the LED on. .while not full bright, it's bright enough to see light on the stove during the day. I don't know much about resistors, etc. but is there something I can put inline on one of the supply wires to suck up enough juice so the light goes out? Again, I don't know resistor specs, etc. so if one could be so kind as to specify exactly what I'd need and how and where to install it that would be most helpful. . .thanks in advance!