Fluorescent light fixtures are produced for both hard ceiling and drop ceiling installations. Installation techniques are different for each type. These instructions focus on installation of fluorescent light fixtures in... More »

A 24-inch fluorescent light fixture is a common type of light fixture that measures 24 inches in length and uses fluorescent light tubes rather than standard incandescent bulbs. These fixtures can be purchased in most ho... More »

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Fluorescent light fixture covers, also called lenses, are polycarbonate-plastic or acrylic pieces that fit on the bottom of a fluorescent fixture to hide the light bulbs and diffuse the harsh fluorescent light. Lenses ma... More »

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Find replacement parts for light fixtures at Westinghouse Lighting, Home Depot or Global Industrial. Westinghouse Lighting manufactures both light fixture accessories and bulk lighting hardware, while Home Depot distribu... More »

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To install a fluorescent light ballast, remove the old ballast, secure the new one into place, and fuse the wires together to provide electricity to the fixture. You need a socket wrench, a nut driver, wire connectors, w... More »

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Install strobe lights by drilling holes for the lights into the interior or exterior of your vehicle, and then run a 12-volt cable from the fixture to a power source, and protect the circuit with an in-line fuse. Prevent... More »

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Installing a porch light and power outlet consists of mounting a junction box and installing cables, wiring the fixture and attaching the mounting hardware. Disconnecting power to the circuit from the main electric panel... More »

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