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When the bathroom wiring looks worn out and the wires are exposed, it is time to replace the wiring. The bathroom fan is constantly exposed to harsh chemical fumes and steam. Although the wiring is insulated with rubber ... More »

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To cover an exhaust fan in a bathroom, use the lid that comes with the unit, and follow the manufacturer's instructions for attaching it to the vent. In many cases, the cover slides in using a pair of tension clips to ho... More »

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Wiring a timer on a bathroom fan can easily be completed in under an hour. Turn off the electrical circuit at the main breaker box before beginning. Test with an electrician's wire tester to make sure the power is off. More »

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On U.S. electric wiring charts, a white or gray electrical wire indicates a neutral power conductor wire, a green wire or green wire with a yellow stripe is a protective ground wire, and a red wire is a second hot wire i... More »

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When installing Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter outlet wiring, turn off the power, remove the cover plate, remove the wires, strip the ground and neutral wires and attach the GFCI. Attach the neutral wire, push the wire... More »

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To wire a hot tub, contact a local inspector, inspect the service panel, run the wiring, connect the hot and neutral wires, wire the disconnect box and connect the hot tub wiring. Have your work inspected by a licensed e... More »

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International DC wiring color codes call for greenish-yellow ground wires, brown positive wires and gray negative wires. Blue wires are used for the mid-wires in a three-wire grounded circuit. More »

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