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I have a house (Georgia, USA) and some kitchen renovations have revealed some prior electrical work and I am trying to figure it out. Originally, there was a ceiling box in the kitchen with a fan/light fixture controlled by a pair of 3-way switches.
Please explain how 105W transformer can support 9 20W light bulbs? The 105 watt rating is for continuous duty in nominal conditions for a specified temperature rise. No doubt in your situation it was getting much warmer than specified and that is cer
Every guide to changing a flourescent tube light I can find has the same basic two steps: twist, usually 90 degrees, then slip the two pins out through the slot. With this fitting,I have a fairly major problem with each step here: My light fitting ha
You have at least two non-metallic (NM) cables coming into that box. Each NM cable (and other types) must now have a ground wire. In the US, most of these cables have a bare copper ground wire
The Tospo is a cheap Chinese ballast. To find ballasts, start with what bulbs will fit in the fixture (all the better if you have a bulb already). Then search for ballasts meant to drive that bulb (which also fit in your fixture)
I'm considering replacing an outdoor lighting fixture with an LED motion-sensitive fixture, but I'm not sure how to safely do the wiring. The location is protected (under a porch) but still needs to be weatherproof. Here's the existing fixture and mo
I have recently moved into a new property and all light fittings came with no shaders/were pretty basic. I have then proceeded to (safely) remove the light fitting of the living room, replaced it with a proper pendant lamp, and reattached it. It work
Just looking the fixture itself, and giving the probability of other points of failure. .
A friend of mine was asked to repair a Harbor Breeze ceiling fan. He was told that the pull chain for the fan switch had pulled out and was missing. When he opened it up, it was true that the chain for the fan switch had pulled out
Usually the two wires that go to the wall switch are used to break the load, (switch the power (COMMON) OFF and ON to the fan). The other wires in the ceiling box are the supply wires. You need to look at the wires and find the pair that are LIVE, th