This project is continued from Part 1.
This project is continued from Part 2. These next steps explain how to wire the junction box. Begin by cutting the two Romex® NM 14/2 electrical cables evenly to about 8 inches long as shown:
This project is continued from Part 1. Shut Off The Electricity Before doing any work, I verified the wire was “live” with the non-contact voltage detector. The purpose here was two fold: 1) To confirm the battery operated voltage detector was working; and 2) To watch the detector go silent when the electricity is shut [...]
This project explains how to repair a broken or damaged 120VAC house electrical wire by splicing the wire with a new span of Romex® NM 14/2 electrical cable. The technique is illustrated in the following diagram: This splice repair technique is useful for fixing damage when there’s not enough slack in the electrical cable to [...]
This project explains how to repair a cracked frame and broken switch on a DeWALT® DC987 18V cordless drill driver with J-B WELD® epoxy while waiting for replacement parts to arrive.
This project is continued from Part 1. To begin, log into the WordPress Admin Panel and click the WooThemes Spectrum → Theme Options.