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Top 100 Wiring Projects

  1. 61. Designing HVAC Zones (04:31)

    Consider zone systems when selecting a HVAC system.

  2. 62. Zircon Multiscanner (01:09)

    This stud finder locates not only wooden studs but also metal and wiring.

  3. 63. Electrical Wiring Basics (01:30)

    Learn about the electrical components of your sprinkler system.

  4. 64. Safe Splicing (04:01)

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

  5. 65. Microwave Hood Installation (03:33)

    Watch the pros install a new microwave vent hood.

  6. 66. How to Install an Electric Skylight

    Natural light from above is a beautiful enhancement to any home. This project will walk you through the complete process of installing ...

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  7. 67. 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...

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  8. 68. Under-Cabinet Task Lighting (03:44)

    Find out how to install task lights under kitchen cabinets.

  9. 69. Step 1: Choose the Right Size (00:33)

    How to choose the correct size ceiling fan for a room.

  10. 70. The Ultimate Workshop: Lighting and Electrical Layout

    Workshops have special requirements with regard to electricity and lighting, and it's critical to plan these elements thoroughly. DIY N...

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

    How to install the mounting bracket for a ceiling fan.

  12. 72. Installing Bathroom Speakers (00:01:00)

    Matt shows how to get a bathroom that looks good and sounds good, too.

  13. 73. Wire Tracer

    A multi-purpose wire tracer will help a DIYer figure out which wire is connected to which outlet.

  14. 74. Step 7: Attach Light Fixture (00:56)

    How to attach the light fixture to a ceiling fan.

  15. 75. Overloaded Circuits (00:48)

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

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