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How To Wire A Light Into An Extension Cord - Step two: take away the female quit of the extension wire the use of wire cutters. The woman quit is the plug in aspect…in which some other plug is inserted. ?(now you realize why its referred to as woman lol). Step 4: connect the metal mount to the bottom of the bookcase or wall unit. ?i’ve connected the screws to the metallic bracket then threaded the screws from the lower back of the bookcase to the front. ?you could see simply the screws from the front like shown beneath. ?the second one photograph is taken from the returned aspect of the unit. ?awful picture sorry.
Do you have a sconce or a light fixture however no electric receptacle for it? ?read on as i proportion how to convert hard stressed out light fixtures right into a plug in fixture the use of one transfer!. Step four: strip the twine casing off the extension wire exposing about a half inch of twine. ?my extension twine had the two specific wires encased one after the other (as proven above). ?i clearly cut the wire down the middle about 1 inch the used my fingers to pry the 2 wires aside another 2-3 inches. ?then i stripped each cord for my part.
Step : mark the screw holes on the wall or unit you'll be mounting the light too. ?make certain your screw holes are stage beforehand of time. ?the use of a degree i drew a line wherein i desired my light to dangle and marked my screw holes thus. Hi heather i’m so satisfied you observed my ikea hack as an concept. Desirable good fortune on the wiring…its so simple certainly. Also i’d like it if you pinned the pics and marked them as “tried it”. Thank facilitates me out too. Thanks and may’t wait to peer your completed product!!!. Step six: twist and fasten light fixture wires to matching extension twine wires (at the returned aspect of wall unit) and screw on wire nuts. ?(basically repeat steps 5 & six from above tutorial). ?wrap each nut and twine with electrical tape to make sure they do no longer separate through the years.