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6 Inch Recessed Lighting – It tries to replace existing lights with recessed lights. You can use recessed lights to highlight specific areas of a room or to highlight decorative elements. Since the lights are hidden, the lines of the ceiling do not break and the rooms seem more spacious. Before starting work, cut off the power supply to the circuit. Determine the location of each light. Use the manufacturer’s template to move the opening of each lamp to the ceiling.

It will pull the cable from the electricity source and make it reach the 6 inch recessed lighting. Let about 45 cm of cable hanging from the ceiling. I continued connecting the cables to each lamp leaving 45 cm hanging from the ceiling. This excess will allow you to have enough cable to connect the new lamps. Connect the cable from the first bulb to the electricity and the tip of the cable to the next bulb. I continued connecting the rest of the lamps until I reached the last one.

Mount the 6 inch recessed lighting boxes and cut the parts according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Screw the spotlights. Place the beam of light directly down in a cone shape. Because the diameter of the light projected from the cone is directly related to the height of the ceiling, the space between the lights must be equal to no more than 75% to 95% of the height in the installation of the ceiling lighting

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