Published at Saturday, November 10th 2018. by Erna Cameron in Ceiling Light.
That goes in here is this screws right in and then we have on this light. We have something: that's really nice. It'S a glass diffuse. There's a really nice piece there much better than the cheaper plastic ones, and this bolt goes right through there like that. And then we have a decorative nut that screws onto that. For the bolts I'm going to be using the Phillips 11 watt, LED bulbs, they're, very economical and they dim very nicely and for the crosspiece you see, we have a grounding screw on here, a grounding nut and you need either flat screwdriver or a Better is a quarter, inch nut driver, and so I might have my Cline 11. One tool, which has one of the 11 tools, is a quarter inch.
Nut driver fits right on there and so I'll be tightening that up with them with a nut driver before starting this project, you must make sure that the electricity is off. This is my ideal circuit, breaker finder. I have it hooked to the wires in the ceiling. This is my matching ideal circuit, breaker, finder, receiver, and I'll, be taking this out to the service panel and I'll go over all the breakers on the service panel once and that chirp all at once, and then I'm going to do it again and that will find The correct circuit breaker to turn off notice, there's one green light on the transmitter. That means there's electricity, but there's no ground.
This house was built in 1960 and the ceiling fixtures don't have grounds. So I'm at the service panel right now and you see where the light just went off. I got the right circuit, breaker and so now we know that the electricity is off. Now I'm going to double check with my fluke voltage detector to make sure and double-check that the electricity is off. Our first move will be to install the crosspiece there are two little holes for your 832 screws and they go right in there. Eight is the wire size of the screw and 32 means 32 turns per inch. So that's what you use in electro gang boxes, so I'm putting the screws in right now here I'm using models.
Dewalt cordless impact gun - it's really nice to use on a situation like this because it has a light that comes on. It helps illuminate your work with the cross piece fastened down on. My next move is to install the ground wire to the green quarter-inch nut on the cross piece. Now, I'm going to show you how to wire this light. This is a way go, never nut! That'S the three connectors! It'S the perfect connector for this job because you have two stranded wires and a solid wire to connect for each for both the white and the black. So I'm going to start with the white and okay and take the wiggle and put it on the solid wire and just click it down. Okay and then you've got a twist.
Your stranded wires, throw really well make sure, there are no stray strands and I got this second one on there and then here's the third one there my hands, not in the way too bad there and click that down okay. So there is nice, it's an excellent connection. That's my favorite way to do this kind of connections. Okay, again twist your stranded wires together really well, we don't want any stray strands. Okay, so I'm gonna go ahead and put the first one in the wiggle, whatever that connector, that's good, I'll put the second one in the twist it together real nice there, I'm showing it that's good, get your hands out of the waybill there.
That'S the second one and here's the third one. This is the solid wire. The way goes, except both solid and stranded wires, and there we go to the hot wires are all connected. You got all the blacks together and all the whites together. So that's how you do it in case the two blacks and two whites we're confusing you a little bit with the light.
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