Jenifer Newman Outdoor September 03rd, 2018 - 19:06:39
But now it's an LED and the on here is pretty impressive. I think it's fourteen ninety-five so to install a lamp like this, make sure that your power is off after you shut off the power on the switch or the breaker. Get a meter to make sure. There's no power on your connections. Then all you're going to do is disconnect your light. Fixture removes the two wires that are existing right now from the wire nuts to your lamp, and then you are going to find a way to support this fixture.
While you connect your two new wires from the lamp fixture to the existing wires in the ceiling use, your wire nuts put some electrical tape on there and mount the lamp. That's the existing light fixture. It looks like it's got two 60 wide bulbs in there. It is worthless, it doesn't really light up the room and the advantage of using the new lamp. Not only will the LED be brighter, because it's a whiter light, but you also won't have the yellow thick piece of glass over there that blocks most of the lighting. Instead, most of your lighting should come through this brighter whiter plastic material.
So let me start by disconnecting the power and opening up the light fixture to see what's up in the ceiling. This is what you're going to have when you open up your fixture you're going to have. You should have two wires coming out. This is blue and white, but the fixture is normally black and white. So you're going to have two wire nuts you're going to tape. Your wires resisting wires off the white and the black and then you're going to be connecting the new wires in same white to white and black to black or black, to blue or black.
To whatever is already up in the ceiling make sure you only use one hand at a time you can shock yourself if you have two hands touching something. So that's why most electricians will only use one hand and make sure that their other hand is not touching metal or anything that can complete the circuit to kill them, even if the power is off.