Published at Friday, June 22nd, 2018 - 09:23:28 AM. Lamp. By Leala Nanette.
According to the US Department of Energy, nearly 20% of average residential electricity spending goes toward lighting. A significant percentage of that goes towards outdoor lighting since they typically operate for long periods of the day. And these "hidden" costs are not exclusive to residential power consumers. In many cities across the country, streetlights and other external illumination represent the single largest energy-related municipal expense.
Go to the electric panel and turn off the circuit breakers in the area where you will be working. If you do not know which circuit breaker cuts off the electricity in the place where you will be working, throw them all off. Changing the lamp will take just a few minutes so you do not have to worry about your refrigerator or any other appliances that should be running. Go back into the room and try the switch, if the lamp does not go on, you are good to go with the job.
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