How do you wire a pull chain switch?


To wire a pull switch, first turn off the power going through the wire you'll be connecting and remove one inch insulation at the end. Next, match the white wire of your wiring to the white wire of the pull switch and repeat this step with the black wires. If your home wiring has a ground wire, attach it to the metal mounting plate of the pull switch. Finally, mount the pull switch into the electrical box in your ceiling.
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How to Wire a Pull Switch
Pull switches are commonly integrated into ceiling light fixtures. In this way, you don't need to have a wall switch connected to the light in order to turn the ceiling light off and on. Wiring of a pull switch is accomplished by wiring the light fixture... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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