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Top 100 Electrical Projects

  1. 46. Con Edison Weenie Raost (01:36)

    Jason Cameron gets a crash course in high-voltage safety, Con Edison style.

  2. 47. Extension Cord Tips

    DIY experts offer tips on three-pronged extension cords and accessories that add ease and durability to every workshop.

  3. 48. How To Wire the Electric Controller for a Sprinkler System

    The electronic controller is the brain behind the irrigation system. Learn how to wire it to a sprinkler system.

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  4. 49. Paul Francisco (01:33)

    Musician Paul Francisco creates a xylophone out of electrical conduit.

  5. 50. Under Cabinet Lighting (01:52)

    Paul Ryan shows how to hard-wire lighting under kitchen cabinets.

  6. 51. Replacing Outlets

    Replacing outlets with safer GFCI outlets is a simple project for beginner DIYers to bring their kitchen and bathroom outlets up to cod...

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  7. 52. Great Electric Circuit Tracer (01:43)

    Try a cool multi-purpose tool that helps track down electrical problems.

  8. 53. Best Electrical Wire Stripper (00:55)

    Take a look at a great wire stripping tool that is a snap to use.

  9. 54. Digital Circuit Breaker Finder (01:17)

    Trace circuits at the breaker box to make sure your wiring is good.

  10. 55. MUSE Headband Mind Control (00:00:49)

    Interaxon's brain sensing headband, MUSE, is demonstrated at CES 2014.

  11. 56. How to Wire Recessed Ceiling Lights

    Recessed "high hat" lighting fixtures provide excellent illumination and give a room an elegant appearance.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  12. 57. Extension Cord 101 (02:21)

    We share information on extension cord design and safety.

  13. 58. Entryway Dreams (00:20:00)

    Nicole Curtis completes the entryway restoration of the Minnehaha House.

  14. 59. How to Cut and Grout Kitchen Tile for Electrical Receptors

    Host Paul Wilson shows how to cut kitchen tile for electrical receptors and gives grouting tips.

  15. 60. 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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