# Recessed lights - installation in tile ceiling - gap?

Usually the can itself is adjustable. There should be four small screws that hold it into the frame. Loosen them and you can drop the can itself wh...

Usually the can itself is adjustable. There should be four small screws that hold it into the frame. Loosen them and you can drop the can itself wh...

over 10 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsDon't foget to have 911 on speed dial.

over 10 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsThis depends on your house construction and your level of experience. Hire an electrician that does this kind of work regularly and get their opini...

over 10 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsDon't beleive everything a home inspector tells you.

over 10 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsQuite frankly this is wrong. You can't feed a dining room receptacle from a living room circuit. Call an electrician and have it done correctly. If...

over 10 years by **electricmanscott**

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over 10 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsIf you get confused looking at the plugs and switches, how the heck can you even consider doing the actual wiring?

over 10 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsDude, you said pot lights.

almost 11 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsDid you try a lighting store?

almost 11 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsLoose connections at that outlet or one on that circuit.

almost 11 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsWhat the heck is "The reddington 3"?

almost 11 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsYes you are absolutely missing something here. Basic electrical safety. Just because something works does not make it right. If you forget to switc...

almost 11 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsMortar will work.

about 11 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsIron draws a fairly heavy load. When turned on initially the lights on the same circuit may dim.

about 11 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsStart with a service upgrade to bring in enough power for the building. Each apartment should have a circuit breaker panel accessible to the tenant...

about 11 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsI don't know of any that would work at that height. There are lifts that can be installed that raise and lower the fixture. They can get pricey tho...

about 11 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsA 15 amp rated duplex receptacle is allowed on a twenty amp circuit, 14 awg in this situation can not be protected at any more than 15 amps.

over 11 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsTed your house must be HUGE if 200 amps is not enough. As joe said the sum of the breakers does not determine the amperage needed.

over 11 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsAnything is po$$ible. Can't say how big of a deal this will be without seeing the location, how many circuits are involved and such.

over 11 years by **electricmanscott**

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ViewsAn electrician can do this for you. To save money you can dig the trench.

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