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The other end of the power cord can be connected to fixture.
The power cord from the light fixture has two individual wires adhered together. Pull these apart from one another, and strip the plastic sheath back as you did for the electrical wire.
Slip the power cord from the fixture through the same knock out as the electrical wire.
Connect the copper wires from the power cord to the black and white copper wires from the electrical cord by twirling both together in a clockwise rotation. Use a pair of pliers for a tighter bond.
Cap off each connection with a 14-gauge wire nut. Twist the wire nut in a clockwise fashion to lock in the connection even further.
Once all three wires are connected and capped off with the 14-gauge wire nuts, tuck them back into the single gang box and finish it off with a blank plate.
Flip the breaker back on to provide electricity to the fixture.
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