Connecting a Wall Sconce Lighting
Wall sconce lighting is a great way to brighten your room effectively, is to light when you’re working or to enliven the atmosphere. The connection is made with basic wiring techniques and you can do it yourself in a weekend if you follow some simple rules and techniques. Disconnect the power of the circuit in which you plan to work. Paste a note to box switches to warn others to be let off. Connect the wiring to the wall sconce lighting. Pass the wiring to the wall switch. For new construction, the cable passes along wall studs, securing with cable clamps. If the wall is already drywall, pass the cable behind the wall pushing and grabbing the edge when it appears in the opening of the wall switch.
Connect the other end of this cable to your wall switch. Connect the black wire to the terminal screw adjustable wall sconce lighting; do not connect the white wires for the moment. Wall switch connected to the main power supply. Connect the black cable from the mains to the terminal screw adjustable wall power switch, and connect the white wire to white wire coming from the wall sconce lighting with a nut.