wayfair LFMF2535 Wall Sconce User Manual
FOR YOUR SAFETY:
Most electrical accidents are caused by carelessness or ignorance. If you combine a basic knowledge of electricity, a healthy respect for it, and a dose of common sense, you can safely tackle many household electrical repairs. Here are some basic guidelines for working with electricity:
Before working on a circuit, go to the main service panel and remove the fuse or trip the breaker that controls that circuit. Tape a sign to the panel warning others to leave the circuit alone while you work.
Before touching any wire, use a voltage tester to make sure it’s not live.
Whenever you check for voltage in a receptacle, check both outlets – each may be controlled by a separate wiring circuit.
When replacing fuses, turn off the main power first. Make sure your hands and feet are dry, and place one hand behind your back to prevent electricity from making a complete circuit through your chest. Touch a plug fuse only by its insulated rim. Remove cartridge fuses with a fuse puller.
Use tools with insulated handles and ladders made of wood or fiberglass.
Keep dry-chemical fire extinguishers in the kitchen, basement, and workshop.
Never disable grounding devices. Make sure that all appliances requiring grounding are properly grounded, and that the electrical system itself is properly grounded.
Meet or exceed all electrical code requirements that cover the work you are doing.
Always work with enough light to see what you are doing; it’s easy to make mistakes when you’re working in dim light.
When in doubt about the safety of any electrical repair or test, call in a professional.
CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN TO ENSURE CORRECT BRANCH CIRCUIT CONDUCTOR.
FIG. 1. Place the wall switch to the “OFF” position.
Depending on which type of fuse box you have in your home:
FIG. 2. Place either the main (Master) switch to the OFF” position, cutting off power to your entire home
OR turn off the individual switch that provides power to where the fixture will be installed.
FIG. 3. Place either the main (Master) switch to the OFF’ position, cutting off power to the entire home OR unscrew the fuse that provides power to where the fixture will be installed.
Cleaning: Before cleaning your fixture, turn off the switch or power source. Wipe the fixture with a soft, damp cloth.