Gina Carter Outdoor August 30th, 2018 - 07:44:23
Outside patio lights to cover an area where structural supports are farther away from each other, you'll want to install the lights along a guide wire that'll keep your lights secure and safer in extreme weather conditions. Here's the proper way to install patio lights along the guide wire install your first anchor point insert the eye screw into the wood here.
This is an anchor point, after all, so make sure it's good and tight next take about six inches at the end of the cable and loop it off using the ferrule and stop use the quick link to attach your loop to the ice crew. Repeat this process for the rest of your anchor points, keeping in mind, you may need different anchors, depending on where you're installing these points attach the cable to the guide wire before you attach the wire make sure you can connect to power, attaching the wire to the cable itself is easy and can be done with zip ties. The lights are 24 inches.
Apart from on the line, but depending on customer preference and how you swag the lights, you can bring them closer install the lights. If you need help on the technique of screwing in a light bulb, you are watching the wrong video. My friend just make sure you are installing 12 volt bulbs on a 120 volt wire, or vice versa, also make sure you have enough bulbs as you'll want to avoid empty sockets step 4 connect to power. Your customer isn't going to be as thrilled with your work. If the lights don't turn on, make sure you connect the lights to power and for more information on that watch.
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