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Why Hire A Company For Your Lamp Rewiring?
There are many reasons to know the importance of hiring a repair professional for your lamp to rewire needs.
- A professional will be able to tell if your lamp is worth rewiring.
- A professional can help you decide what kind of style and look you want for your lamp.
- A professional will have the tools and knowledge that can help repair your lamp quickly and easily.
- A professional will be able to advise you on the best materials and methods for rewiring your lamp.
Lastly, hiring an electrician means that they will do all the work for you - you don't have to lift a finger! And if something goes wrong with their wiring later on down the road, they'll be there for you again; after all, they should know how everything works by then!
Can I rewire a lamp myself?
You just need to be patient and careful, because wiring can be dangerous. Make sure you turn off the power to the circuit, and then turn off the breaker or pull out the fuse before you start. It is better to use a special lamp rewiring kit, that you can buy in many stores.
If you're using an extension cord as a power source, make sure it's rated for 120 volts and 15 amps. Then strip away about 1/2" of insulation from both ends of the cord and wrap it around the wire nut (if your lamp uses one). If your lamp has a plug that screws into the socket, wrap it up with electrical tape instead of using a wire nut.
Then attach one end of each wire to its corresponding screw terminal on your lamp base. Make sure they're tight enough so they won't fall out easily but not so tight that they can't be unscrewed later if needed! Then attach the other ends of each wire to their corresponding screw terminals on your new socket base. When you've finished all four connections, twist them together securely with electrical tape or some other type of insulating material so they don't touch any metal parts inside or outside your lamp base case.