Flush mount ceiling light – When replacing lighting flush mount lighting, most important is what to do with hole in roof that let recessed lighting fixture. In most cases, a recessed luminaries cover hole occupied by recessed luminaries. Whether or not you patch hole with new plaster, tape and joint compound or some other method, idea is to seal space between living room and attic
How to replace flush mount ceiling light? Remove cover and bulb. Again screws holding cover plate on electrical connections out with screwdriver and remove cover plate. Locate screws that hold wiring recessed luminaries. Turn counterclockwise until cables can be removed from luminaries. Inspect recessed luminaries to see if it can be removed from inside room. If so, turn screws and pull out overhead light. If not climb into attic and locate recessed luminaries.
Locate screws on brackets that hold unit to ceiling joists. Screws are removed with a screwdriver and remove orifice fitting. Place timber between rafters above hole for recessed light. Apply wood glue on wood where it meets ceiling beams. Place 2 by 4s over plywood (and glue) and attach them to wooden ceiling joists with drywall screws. Drill a hole in center of plywood with 1-inch spade bit and electric power cables through hole. Descend into attic. Insert ends of cable white roof and white fixture wire recessed in a wire nut and turn nut until firm. Repeat this process with black cable. Ensure luminaries recessed ceiling according to manufacturer’s instructions. Install flush mount ceiling light and cover. Turn on switch.