How do you wire up an outside light?

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To wire up an outside light, you will need a Live and Neutral wire from the Mains Distribution panel and light nearest to the new circuit that you will be installing. The Live wire will go to the switch before being run to the light. The Neutral and Earth wire will go straight to the outdoor light. However, if you have no experience in such matters it is best if you seek the assistance of a qualified electrician.
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To wire outside lights, locate the power source that you are going to use and tie the wires together with the new wire to the junction box wire. Connect the wire along the rafters, until you get to the place you want to punch through for your light. Next, take the fixture and mount to the outside of the garage. Finally, ensure to turn off all power at the panel and turn back on when finished installing.
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