Published at Tuesday, November 27th 2018. by Emma Trevino in Ceiling Light.
I replace this crappy old light fixture with a brand new one and it's a real, simple process. So I thought I'd show you how I got it done first thing: of course we had to get this nasty thing off the ceiling and basically all it was was a couple of screws. This glass piece came down. Let's do this lighting here alright, so you should really use the wrench on this book. I'm kind of in a rush, and just this alright, so now that that's out his whole thing should slide out know this point you are already done, so you want to make sure we switch the circuit breaker. So we don't want repeat ourselves: go ahead undo these all right, even though we know we switch the right burger.
We want to go ahead and double-check make sure we have no power coming through these lines. So all I'm going to do is that's this. This actually goes to need with you. Why but see, we've got no power. The next thing is actually going to take this old bracket off because of the new life new bracket, okay, so for the new fixture, I got one of these. Basically, we want to screw this up there that and then the light fixture will screw the screws they provided were too small. So I had to actually use the old screws and of course, that was even more of a nut, but because they were designed not to come out of the old framing piece.
So add physically nut goes out to get access to those screws, make sure not to pinch your wires when you're doing that, and all this bragging is. This is basically to be kind of the foundation for a light fixture. Now it was time to put the new light up. First thing: I'm going to do is loosen his ground crew. In this case, we have a very copper wire. We are ground in a little bit all right now. This is a copper wire going into a house back to the panel through that on so now, essentially, we've grounded this plate. Let's go ahead. Detach this we say the bare copper wire on the fixture goes to a couple hundred pound kind of wrapped it around real good.
I'm going to go ahead and put a wire cap on okay, so that's holding it up temporarily. Now we going to deal with our power in neutral wire, so you can see we have black a whitewater, but we have a red and a white wire up here nine times out of ten you're going to have a black wire or red wire coming out Of your fixture well generally anything that's colored beside white, our green is any power wire so, in this case, our red wires, our power wire, and the black wire.
Here's our power wire. So we're going to go, take our black wire and go ahead and puts it around and the wire kept on it. Take it down real good we're now going to take the white wire to the white wire, wrap it around and put the knob alright. So, basically, now all our wires are connected and that's pretty much the trickiest part of this and to get them out of the way.
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