This project is continued from Part 1. Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
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The replacement electrical outlet was backwired in series in Part 2 Electrical Outlet Pigtail Wiring Connections I prefer wiring middle-of-run outlets in parallel with pigtail connections for improved reliability and fault isolation as illustrated in following the wiring diagram. Some local building codes require outlets to be wired in parallel for these reasons. Rewiring an [...]
This project is continued from Part 1. Leviton Heavy Duty Electrical Outlet Having removed the worn out electrical outlet, I’ll replace it with a Leviton 5252-W Heavy Duty Electrical Outlet rated for 15AMPs and 125 volts for this high-use bathroom vanity location. The heavy duty outlet costs $5.44 versus 59 cents for the residential grade [...]
This tutorial shows how to replace a worn-out electrical outlet and explains best practices for wiring an outlet. Electrical Outlet Hissing Noise Electrical outlets are taken for granted until they don’t work. I started paying attention when the kids said the 1500 watt DeLonghi electric oil filled radiator space heater used to keep the bathroom [...]
This article illustrates how to re-wire a Heath® Zenith motion activated floodlight, model SL-5412, with an Insteon In-LineLinc Relay for automation of home lighting. You can also purchase a floodlight kit directly from SmartHome.com including the In-LineLinc. But if you want to retro-fit an existing floodlight or prefer a wider range (150° or 180°) PIR [...]
This is a continuation of the wiring for the vanity light and switch from Part 15 of this series. In this installment, I explain how to install the wire junction box and mount the vanity light to the wall. Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
This is a continuation of the wiring for the vanity light began in Part 14. Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
A high water alarm is installed in this installment of the series. (Click here for the previous installment of this project.) Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.