Published at Monday, November 26th 2018. by Felecia Stephenson in Ceiling Light.
This is a 14 gauge wire, so I'm going to use our handy stripper tool here and go to the 14 when you line it up and then you're just going to pull and that's going to expose and strip your wire there. You have it so what's good makes them. Look like this, so the length we bought our three-inch spotlight. Now you can buy them at Home, Depot or Lowe's. A pack of six is just under $ 50. They come with halogen lights, which we'll be throwing them out and use low power, LED lights, they don't get hot and they save you energy while lasting up to twenty-two years, so we've already removed the cable box.
Now, this is where all of your connectors are held and all the cables. So that has come off and now to be able to remove the lid here, we're simply going to grab it and like so, okay. So now we're going to ensure that these cables are protective, I'm putting them through the protective box here now we're going to start off with the blacks and we're going to just make sure that they are on this together, secure them. Once, though, and then we're going to do the same to the whites and then the same for the ground and there you have it all right, so, as you can see, I have actually put the metal box on with the screw.
So it is secure now to be able to put the LED light into the ceiling you're going to push up like so you're, going to clip these wings in like so you're going to pull this down, and I might feel like a sort of snot. But don't worry it's not there. You are so now. What we're going to do is we're going to screw in our LED lights that we just purchased locally, which you can get some home hardware or low. So what you can do is they're just going to pop it in like so, and our final sentence will, of course, be turning on the light, so once you're all done, we can then turn on a light fit.
So I'm going to light on the subject Valley, Walla. Now, if you are installing hot lights, then there is an attic above then you will need to install these installation covers in the attic which keeps the insulation off of the light and provides a vapor feel they are fireproof rated and they're also for non-insulated rated life. This is important because you don't want the heat to escape in the wintertime into the Attic leading to moisture in the attic you place the cover directly over the fixture and cut around the wires.
You can pick up an insulation, foam spray and the covers at Home Depot you spray foam around the edge of the cover to give it a good feel. You can see all our covers - have lost a foam to keep out the moisture and the insulation won't get in contact with the light fixture.
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