When a dryer stops working properly, you’re going to be left with clothes that are cold and damp, which is the last thing you want to happen in any day. If your dryer is not heating, you may be thinking of calling in a repairman the first chance you have, but sometimes, the problem is so simple and can be fixed by a complete novice--like wiring a new light switch!
You’ll not only save money, but you can also troubleshoot the problem quickly without having to wait for a service technician to arrive. In my case, I determined the defect in my dryer in about half an hour and had the part replaced within a day!
Winter is already peeking its head around the corner, and you need to prepare for it. So, what better way to do that than reading about all the best ways to heat a garage?
Now that you’ve wired a 3-way switch, say, you want to take it a step further and are looking on how to wire a 4-way switch. Of course, a 4-way switch won’t exist without a 3-way, and I personally think that wiring a 4-way is easier than wiring a 3-way. Therefore, I’m going to tackle how to wire a 4-way switch in this step-by-step, easy to understand tutorial.
Do you have a new extension in your house that needs some nice new light fixtures? Or perhaps a fancy ceiling light you want to show off in the living room? More importantly, do you want to do all the handiwork by yourself? Well, you came to the right place to learn about the basics of switch wiring! Today, we’ll talk about 3 types of light switch wiring: one-way switch, 3-way switch, and 4-way switch.