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|How To Connect Multiple Light Fixtures To One Switch
I have a video showing how to conect a recessed light (pot light) to a switch but usually most people want more than one light on a switch. So this article will explain the easiest way to connect multiple light fixtures to one switch. But you may want to watch the video as well.
|How To Replace a Razor Plug with a GFCI Receptacle
In the bathrooms of many of our homes that are Pre-1980's you will probably have a plugin in the wall with a large front cover and a small single plugin the middle. These where for razors most of them are so large because there is a small transformer behind there that reduces the voltage so it can be used by razors that did not need 120 volts of electricity.
|LED Light Bulbs
LED lights - what you need to know. So you are thinking it may be a good time to switch to LED (light emitting diode) bulbs. LEDs have been around for a few years now and we all know basically 3 things about them. They are pricey, they last much longer than incandescent or CFLs and they are more energy efficient.
Recent Electrical Forum Discussions
Good evening everyone I was wondering what the new code is for AFCI .Do I need to put them in for ever receptacle circuit I have or is it just for bedrooms . And do I have to put them on the circuits that are only lights . Or can they have regular breakers Thank you again everyone much appreciat...
- Receptacle Spacing
Good morning all . I was wondering if someone could interpret the receptacle general spacing code for me cause the way I read it makes it seem like that no receptacle can be no further then 6 feet (1.8)away then each other in usable space . And if thatís the case Im gonna have a lots of outlets . S...
- Conduit for heated floor wires in wall cavities
So Guys what is your take on using conduit between the thermostat box and the floor when running electric heated floor cables? They do not really have a jacket on the cold wire end so I have always used conduit. I like fishing it through the pipe when the install happens , keeping it secured and p...
- Conduit inside the home
I'm finding it hard to find any information on running power cables through conduit inside of the home. My internet searches are providing mixed results - some say it's allowed, some say it's not. I'm finishing off my basement at the moment but I will probably need a few cable runs in the future for...
- Basic wiring inquiry
Hi all, I'm wiring a shed and I have enough wire to come in one side of the shed and go all the way around close to where I came in and terminating at the light switch. My question is, can I branch off the home run wire coming into the shed and go one way to the outlets and a short run the oppos...