Electrician Charles Vargas upgrades some ceiling lights. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)
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Shopping List for How to Install Recessed Lights:
– remodeling-style recessed light fixture
– 14/2 nonmetallic electrical cable
– twist-on wire connectors
Tools for How to Install Recessed Lights:
– 6-inch-diameter hole saw with dust shield
– fish tape
– lineman’s pliers
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Welcome mga boss sa youtube channel ko.
ipapakita ko kung pano ko nilalagyan ng electrical wiring ang isang wall partition at lagyan ng mga utility box at junction box.
sa video ko ay gumamit ako ng flexible hose,dahil yun narin ang gusto ng nagpapagawa,pero kung may budget pvc pipe ay mas maganda para hindi sya mahirap ipasok sa mga butas ng metal frames.kaya sana magustuhan nyo ang video ko.
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This video is for entertainment purposes only. If you use the information from this video for your own projects then you assume complete responsibility for the results.
In this video, I show you how to convert a single light fixture or ceiling fan in a room to recessed lighting.
Please respect, not fear electricity. If you are not familiar or comfortable working with electric or have any hesitation, hire an electrician! Doing this type of work is at your own risk. My video’s are for entertainment purposes only. They are not meant to be “how to” videos if you are unfamiliar with the topic.