Hanging light fixtures often refers to a single bulb covered by a lampshade and hanging on a rope, chain or stem. Hanging lights do not refer to crystal chandeliers. Hanging lamps are usually installed in kitchens over islands or breakfast bars. They add a modern touch to the room and lower the light so it’s easier to see what you cook or eat. Before installing the light, you must take certain precautions. The power must be switched off completely using the power switch. Also make sure that you assemble the following materials: a ladder, screwdriver, and wire nuts.
Remove the old fixture by first hanging light fixtures, and then screw the cover. Next, unplug the electrical wires in the light from the wires on the electrical box. The colors match up, so just remove white from white and black from black (or blue from blue). You may need to unload a ground wire as well. This thread is usually copper-colored. Finally, remove the old mounting bracket.
Thereafter, the new mounting bracket attaches to the elbow. The hanging light fixtures should contain the mounting bracket. Also, connect the ground wire directly to the electrical box. To connect the cables, use the electrical wire connection nuts. Hold the ends of the threads parallel to each other with the tips at the same height, and tighten the nut on top of them.