How To Add An Outdoor Outlet For A Corded Electric Hedge Trimmer

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If you’re tired of cutting your hedges and other bushes with a hand trimmer, but don’t like the idea of storing fuel on your property, you can still opt for an electric hedge trimmer even if you don’t have an available outdoor outlet. You can power an outdoor outlet from an existing indoor outlet that is located near the planned location of your outdoor outlet. All you need is a few tools and supplies.…

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Handling A Corroded Panel

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Electrical panels are rarely a big concern for homeowners until they start noticing problems. Things like dimming lights and outlets going in and out are common problems you could be experiencing when your panel is experiencing issues. One of the most common problems electrical panels will experience is corrosion. This is due to a number of different factors and it can be dangerous for your household. Not only that, it can interrupt your service as well.…

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How To Wire A Lighted Medicine Cabinet

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It’s relatively simple to power a lighted medicine cabinet from your existing overhead light. All you need is a few tools and supplies, and confidence in your ability to work with electrical components. What you will need: Wire cutter-stripper - This tool allows you to cut a wire sheath to length, as well as strip the insulation from the ends of the individual wires within the sheath. Drill - You will need to drill a hole in the wall for the electric wire to access the back of the cabinet.…

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