I'm trying to replace my ceiling fan and can't seem to figure out if the wire with the orange cap in the bottom of my picture is the ground wire?Thanks for any help!
I have had this sweet machine for several years. It has finally stopped working. I know I can replace it with many other machines,but I like its brook the best of any... See more
I’m replacing an old leviton adjustable height lamp socket. My problem is i can’t find which turn turn knob screw doesn’t extend too far out, so the sleeve will... See more
I cleaned the glass cover with acetone and sprayed the cover with clear protective spray. They have been "charging" in the sun, but no longer come on at night.
I put in a stone wall and now I can't figure out how to do the electric outlets. See pic
Finally put together this morning and put the "dimmable" bulb the guy at HD told me would work. Well, it DOES work, but it has only ONE setting and when I rotate the ... See more
Can I wire the subpanel to the large clips on the bottom of the main breaker or is it best to install a double breaker on the main and then wire to the subpanel?
I need to label the box but i don’t know how to do it other than flipping switches and seeing what power goes off.
Works some of the time but most of the time it does not work, switch on wall does work, I know it must be something simple but I can't figure out what it is. I moved ... See more
This floor lamp has 3 parts to it & there's not a tight connectin when screwed together so it bends & tips over. Any suggestions? Thanks!
I have a small closet with no light fixture and I can't find a thing! I've bought several of those "stick to wall" lights but they don't work. Any ideas on how I can ... See more
Electrical. White wire black wire and green wire for 14-3 wire
I cannot tell navy from black in my clothes closet. What is the brightest light you would recommend?
We recently put a new back splash in our kitchen and now the electrical outlet receptacle does not fit. How can we move the receptacle to be flush with the new back s... See more
I am replacing the two overhead light fixtures in our kitchen from the older tubes to the T-8 type. I bought two new fixtures that come with ballast. They work off on... See more
How do you cover ugly lamp cords that have to run across a hardwood floor?
Is it necessary to update the panel to meet current code?
I would like to take out the florescent lights and put something different. Can this be done?.
So my bedroom light switch stopped working. I thought the old switch had just died, so I switched it with another switch from another room. It seemed to do the trick.... See more
I have a chandelier I want to hang where there is no ceiling mount. How can I extend the cord and add a plug?
Do I have to rewire the whole thing? Would it be as easy as rewiring a lamp? It has 12 bulbs.