lamps. Friday , May 19th , 2017 - 13:50:21 PM
Once the seeds pop through the soil, you need to remove any covering you may have on them to ensure they do not get too warm and "fry".
The next step is to remove the wire nuts from the old light fixture. You can do this by turning them in a counter clockwise direction. You will not want to reuse these when installing your new light fixture. Next remove the old mounting plate this will be attached with two screws that are attached to the electrical box. Now that you are to a clean slate you will want to make sure that you make sure that that the wires on the light fixture and the existing electrical are stripped to 3/8 of an inch. You can do this with a pair of wire strippers. Make sure to use the proper size hole to strip the wire. Next you will want to install the mount plate provided by the manufacture. Using the new mounting plate is a very crucial part of installing your new island light because this will align all the back plates and insure proper installation.
Much like when you go to the ocean or sea shore. The air is easier to breath, you will find that your nasal passages clear this is a similar affect the salt lamps can create within a living space.
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