Copper pendant light kitchen – Hanging lamps or hanging lights often used for general lighting in the foyer or on the porch. You can find them often in the dining room shining table. Or over the islands and bars in the kitchen to help light the workspace. Pendant, lanterns and chandeliers have the same basic installation, they hang from chains and have several parts to install. You can install a pendant light anywhere as long as there is enough clearance to go over there.
Copper pendant light kitchen cut the power to the light circuit by turning off the power switch of the main electric panel. Then, test circuit to verify that the current is broken. With the light switch on, press a pin of an electrical tester to the black wire on the inside of the ceiling junction box and press the other pin on any of the car on the junction box. When the tester does not light, the power connected properly.
Locate mounting hardware included with the copper pendant light kitchen. Then, attach the threaded nipple into the fixture bar. A threaded nipple is a short metal tube with threads along the outside of the tube. A fixture crossbar is a flat piece of metal about 4 inches in length and 1 inch in width. It has slotted openings with a round opening directly in the middle of the bar. Wood nipple there through. Then, attach fitting the crossbar to the electrical junction box in the ceiling. Locate the two screws provided with the mounting hardware. And then, attach the crossbar the two screw holes located in the junction box.