Edison Table Lamp – Inspired by the designer of Adolf Loos, Ceramic Barn Edison lamp has a minimalist look of its own. Instead of bulbs instead inside golden frames surrounded by glass or colored glass table lamps, Edison’s lamp uses large bulbs with visible filaments that hang from the 46-inch wires. With the help of eye-hooks placed on the table, the long cables cover through part of the wall.
Cut the strings of the fixed rope so measure 50 inches from the cut end to the socket of the bulb. Place the wires on a table overnight so they flatten. Pass each set of wires through an eye hook. Gather all the cables and place them in the cable holder. Use a cable tie to secure all cables together so they do not leak. Use the wire stripper on the end of an established cutting wire so 3 inches of the black and white wires are exposed. Strip the black cable housing. Turn off the power to the room or building from the main electrical panel.
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Remove the old lamp and any cable nuts in place. Join the twisted black and white wires of the lamp base to the wires, using the cable nuts. Install the cable holder according to the instructions that come with the package. Turn on the power to the room on the switch panel.
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