|Fig.1 Commercial |
Xenon Lamp Kit
Supplies and Tools:
#8 Wood screws
18-Volt Ryobi Cordless Phillip Screwdriver
Claw hammer (small)
Commercial Electric® 3 Light Xenon Task Kit
Electrical tape (black)
Galvanized flat sheet metal (36 in by 48 in)
Jewelers Precision Screwdriver Set
Marking pen (any color)
Metal Hole saw kit
Spring clips small (green)
In 1991 we received a bed set with a light tier over the bed. It had side drawers tiers tall enough to hold over the mirror a bridge that housed 3-incandescent lights that could be dimmable from a switch within the headboard. Theses posts shows my solution.
This post shows eight steps to installing the Commercial Electric® puck lights.
Step 1: Fig.1 and fig.2 shows the Commercial Electric® 3 Light Xenon Task and Accent Light Kit.
|Fig.2 Open the Kit|
Step 2: Fig.3 shows the puck Commercial Electric® Xenon® light that will be installed on the old lamp.
|Fig.3 Xenon light|
Step 3: Fig.4 and fig.5 shows that using a permanent marker will mark the area to be cut.
|Fig.5 Place in the middle|
Step 4: Fig.6 shows the outer edges of the Commercial Electric® Xenon® lamp makes a perfect template to cut.
|Fig.6 The Template|
|Fig.7 Puck plug|
|Fig.8 Cutting the lamp|
|Fig.9 Claw hammer|
|Fig.11 Wood screws|
Step 7: Fig.12 shows that using the same hole saw to cut through the sheet metal. Fig.13 and fig.14 shows the sheet metal is cut and there is enough metal to push through the metal base.
|Fig.12 Sheet metal|
|Fig.14 Push hole through|
|Fig.16 Lamp sealed|
with electrical tape
How to Create and Install Xenon Pucks into a Bedroom Light Tier
- Part 1 of 8 - Research the Light Kit and Structure Support
- Part 2 of 8 - The Tools
- Part 3 of 8 - Wood Light Tier
- Part 4 of 8 - Cutting the Lamp Apart
- Part 5 of 8 - Installing the lamp base
- Part 6 of 8 - Cutting the Xenon® lamp Plug Hole
- Part 7 of 8 - Assembling the Xenon lamp
- Part 8 of 8 - Installing Xenon Lamp into the Light Tier
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