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Top 100 Wiring Projects

  1. 76. Electrical Wiring Basics (01:30)

    Learn about the electrical components of your sprinkler system.

  2. 77. How to Hide Wiring Behind Baseboard or Installing a Raceway

    Running wires behind baseboard or hiding them in raceways not only looks more attractive, but it also protects the wires from damage. F...

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  3. 78. Ceiling Fan Install: Overview (04:16)

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

  4. 79. Step 2: Remove Light Fixture (01:33)

    How to remove an existing light fixture from the ceiling.

  5. 80. Unidrill (00:01:28)

    Check out this drill designed to work in tight spots and awkward angles.

  6. 81. How to Identify Wiring

    DIY Network experts offer tips on how to identify the wiring in your house.

  7. 82. Wiring for Exterior Lighting (01:00)

    Wire exterior lighting yourself following this guidelines and safety tips.

  8. 83. Step 4: Install Bracket (01:48)

    How to install the mounting bracket for a ceiling fan.

  9. 84. Bathroom Speaker Installation (00:00:30)

    Use Matt Muenster's tips to install flush-mounted speakers in a bathroom.

  10. 85. How to Run Electrical Wire and Install Insulation

    Use these step-by-step instructions to learn how to improve your basement by running new electrical and putting up energy-saving insula...

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  11. 86. Electrical Safety Devices (02:24)

    Matt tells how the industry is working to make electrical appliances safer.

  12. 87. Range Hood Installation (02:57)

    Get tips and hints for installing a new vent hood.

  13. 88. Installing an Electric Cooktop (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for installing an electric cooktop.

  14. 89. Designing HVAC Zones (04:31)

    Consider zone systems when selecting a HVAC system.

  15. 90. Step 6: Attach Fan Blades (01:00)

    How to attach the fan blades to the rotating bezel.

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