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Installing Recessed Lighting Ceiling - Eleven. Connect electric connections. Dimmers normally have two twine leads or two terminal screws marked "line" and "load." The "line" is the new twine and the "load" is the twine going to the mild. If it's no longer marked, hook either wire to either lead. Break up the recent cord (black) from house to feed each "line" inputs at the dimmers. The black cord from every set of lighting fixtures goes to the "load" aspect of the dimmer. The use of cord nuts, connect all the white wires to every different, after which all the green or bare ground wires to every different. Cautiously fold all of the wiring lower back into the field and screw the dimmers into the field.
At each fixture’s attached junction container, do away with a knockout tab with a screwdriver (picture 1) for every of the incoming, and outgoing, cables and pull the cables into the box. Cozy the cables with box clamps.
1. As a preferred design rule, recessed lighting fixtures is used for three functions: fashionable illumination, highlight and challenge lighting fixtures. For popular illumination, use large lights with flood lamp mild bulbs. For undertaking lights, use a smaller flood lamp, and for highlight, use a small fixture with a spot mild bulb. For this venture, they used flood lighting fixtures 36 inches from each nook for popular illumination and small flood lights over the headboard (18 inches from the wall) for venture lighting.
7. Word: turn off energy to the room. Put off the antique switch and field by using unscrewing switch plate, and pulling transfer out of box. Disconnect the wires from the switch and pry switchbox off of stud the usage of a small crowbar or massive screwdriver. Discard old field.
Attach the switch container to a wall stud. The everyday top is 42" from the ground to the lowest of the field. If a couple of switches are used, gang the packing containers collectively. Observe electrical code hints as to the container vicinity required for the number of switches hooked up. Comply with the "rule of eight's" -- go away at least eight" of wire extending out past every junction box, use wire staples to attach the cable to the timber framing within 8" from the container, and connect the cable within eight" from in which it extends into the wall.