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How to Install a Three-Way Switch and Wire a Circuit

Typically used for hallways and staircases, three-way switches are used in instances where two separate switches control one. Use these...

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Top 100 Electrical Projects

  1. 1. Overloaded Circuits (00:48)

    Home electronics are better than ever...just don't overload your circuits!

  2. 2. Breakers vs. Fuses (01:06)

    Learn about the safety features of fuses and circuit breakers.

  3. 3. Demolition (04:05)

    Tools, gear and safety precautions for doing demolition.

  4. 4. Foot Switches

    The DIY Network shows you two products that allow you to safely control a power switch with your foot.

  5. 5. Setting Up an Audio System in a Media Room or Home Theater

    DIY Networks has all the information about how to set up an audio system in a media room or home theater.

  6. 6. Wire and Metal Cutting Tools

    DIY Network shares which tools can be used to cut through wire and metal materials.

  7. 7. Cut Perfect Holes With a Python Cutter

    DIY Network experts demonstrate how to use a cool tool that might make you want to toss away your keyhole saw.

  8. 8. Circuit-Breaker Locator

    DIY experts explain how this handy tool takes the guesswork out of locating circuit breakers.

  9. 9. Ceiling Fan Install: Overview (04:16)

    Overview of steps to replace an existing light fixture with a ceiling fan.

  10. 10. Demolition: Electrical Safety (02:57)

    Tips on working safely around existing electrical work.

  11. 11. Step 4: Install Bracket (01:48)

    How to install the mounting bracket for a ceiling fan.

  12. 12. Drafty Outlets (02:23)

    Check out this easy trick to stop cold air from coming in electrical boxes.

  13. 13. Rotating Plugs and P-Traps (02:20)

    A rotating wall plug and innovative new p-trap have the guys wowed at IBS.

  14. 14. Buckreel Cord Storage (00:00:56)

    Keep electrical cords tangle-free and organized with this storage system.

  15. 15. Add an Electrical Switch

    Install a second switch in an existing switch box.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
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