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Im trying to install a replacement light and the box has 2 black, 2 white and 2 ground wires, but my fixture only has one of each. I didn't really pay attention when i was pulling everything apart.
Why Halogens over Incandescent Bulbs? In short, halogen light bulbs feature a longer operating life and higher luminous efficacy and color temperature but use the same amount of power as incandescents. How can such a small lamp perform better than a
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When considering the lights that you use in your building, it’s easy to think first about cost or energy usage — and forget about the impact the lights have on its inhabitants. The light’s color rendering index and color temperature are important fac
Old 3-way switches should have 3 wires running between them - two messengers and the return. While this isn't always possible depending on where power was fed to the circuit, my preferred way is to re-task them to be always-hot, switched-hot, and neu
Three way light switches can be wired several ways, and yes, there is often red wires involved in the traveler or perhaps a 14/3 split power feed going to another circuit. So my advise, without back tracing and figuring out exactly where each wire go
A few types of light fixtures A light fixture (US English), light fitting (UK English), or luminaire is an electrical device used to create artificial light by use of an electric lamp. All light fixtures have a fixture body and a light socket to hold
Turn off the circuit breaker inside the main electrical panel to disconnect the electrical circuits supplying power to the Hampton Bay flush mount installation location. Confirm the disconnection of electricity on the circuit. Touch one probe from a
My living room does not have great electrical lighting. The room is about 18'x12' with a fireplace on the far, short wall. Above the fireplace there are two angled recessed lights (can aim them in a direction, if wanted)
I have a problem with this configuration and can't figure it out on my own. Configurations I've tried: 1: Bulb1 and Bulb2 white and black wires connected to light switch black and white wires. Copper wire connected to junction