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Top 100 Wiring Projects

  1. 46. Replacing a Built-In Cook Top (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for replacing a built-in cook top.

  2. 47. Step 4: Install Bracket (01:48)

    How to install the mounting bracket for a ceiling fan.

  3. 48. Putting in a Dimmer Switch (01:52)

    Create ambiance by installing a dimmer to any light switch.

  4. 49. HGTV Smart Home 2014 Wiring (00:02:17)

    The wiring for the 2014 HGTV Smart Home's tech features is installed.

  5. 50. How to Use Conduit

    Use these step-by-step instructions and learn how conduit can be used instead of a grounding wire.

    Time:
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    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  6. 51. Take a Picture (01:27)

    Before applying drywall, take digital photos for future reference.

  7. 52. Installing a Ceiling Fan (01:00)

    Find out how to install your new ceiling fan safely and securely.

  8. 53. Track Lighting (02:19)

    Learn about track lighting before remodeling a basement.

  9. 54. Sweat Equity (20:02)

    Stephen decides to save money by doing all the AV wiring himself.

  10. 55. Alternating Current (02:14)

    Matt demonstrates the difference between alternating and direct current.

  11. 56. How to Rough-In Wiring

    Once you've determined your new home's electrical needs and planned for the electrical system, it's time for the rough-in stage. Use th...

    Time:
    Month
    Cost:
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    Difficulty:
    Hard
  12. 57. Safe Splicing (04:01)

    Helpful tips for making safe electrical wire connections in your home.

  13. 58. Electric Wiring (20:00)

    Contractor Matt Blashaw demonstrates the difference between AC & DC.

  14. 59. How to Install a GFCI outlet

    Electrical expert James Young shows how to install a GFCI outlet -- a job that a DIYer can accomplish in a fairly short time.

    Time:
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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  15. 60. How to Run Wires and Cables Around a Doorway

    Hide unsightly wires and cables by concealing them inside the molding of a doorway.

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