Swing Arm Wall Sconce – An autonomous Pass & Seymour swing arm looks different from the power switches and standard which are mounted in the center of the casing and projecting through a wall plate off. A swing arm covers the entire surface of the switch housing. This is screwed into a standard electrical box and really is connected in the same way as a standard on-off switch. The installation swing arm wall sconce process is relatively simple.
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Turn off the breaker that supplies power to the room where you are installing the swing arm. Remove 1/4 inch (0.5 cm) of insulation from each wire coming from the breaker panel. There will be a black wire, a white and a green. Locate the three holes in the back of the switch. The swing arm wall sconce switches from Pass & Seymour used a connector “stabbed”. This means you only have to press the exposed end of the copper wire into the hole, and it snaps into place.
Press the black cable into the port labeled as “positive input”. Tap the white wire into the hole labeled as “neutral input” and then press the green wire in the hole labeled as “no dirt”. Remove 1 /4 inch (0.5 cm) of insulation from the wires going to the lamp. Press the black cable into the port labeled as “positive out”. Tap the white wire into the hole labeled as “neutral Exit” and then press the green wire in the hole labeled as “out of land”.
Pull all cables to ensure that the locks are engaged and wires cannot go. Press the wires into the electrical box and the seat of the swing arm in the mounting brackets with the mounting tabs of the electrical box. Set the toggle to the mounting brackets with a screwdriver switch. Place the lid on the swing arm wall sconce switch swing arm then, falls into place with your fingers.
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