Bathroom Light Fixtures by Lowe’s Lighting — by Home Repair Tutor

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  1. I have a black, white, and RED wire coming out of the wall box, as well as a ground wire. The old fixture had a built in outlet…. is that what the red would have gone to? Should I just cap the red off since the new light doesn't have that?

  2. The wires coming from the wall have two white and two black, but the fixture has only one white and one black wire. Do I put all three black together in one nut, or do I attach just one black from the wall with the black from the fixture, then the white wires the same way, and cap the extra wires?

  3. do you have any advice for the 'nut or collar' that screws on the ceramic screw to install the globe, or shade. We have managed to screw on all but 1. it seems the ceramic "screw" may have a cut in it and we cant seem to get the nut past that.

  4. My wiring has three wires in addition to the ground wire….I'm out of ideas. The fixture is in the middle of the circuit which is making it more confusing. I can match black, white and ground to the correct location but what happens with the fourth wire?

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  6. Thanks for all the help! I followed your instructions step by step and everything worked! You are the best and my bathroom thanks you. This is the first light that I have ever installed and with your help it was super easy

  7. Maybe it's regional but I believe what you're calling a sconce is actually the shade. A sconce is a light that usually hangs next to the mirror instead of over the top, or just what a light that hangs on the wall instead of the ceiling is called. It's the name for the entire fixture.

  8. Okay so i did all of this and tested the new lights. Everything looks good, except that the light switch in my bathroom wont work. (i flip the switch up and down but nothing happens) the light stays on regardless.
    What do you think is the cause?

  9. Thank you for the video! Β I was wondering if I would be able to do this on my own (hubby is deployed) or if I'd need to hire someone. Β After seeing the video, I feel confident that I can do it on my own! Β Thanks πŸ™‚

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