Bath Vanity Lights up with an integrated power outlet. This outlet allows you to connect devices like electric shavers without requiring the addition of an extra outlet in the bathroom. This can be an important convenience, especially if the bathroom is old and has limited power outlets. You can install vanity lights and outlets using existing lighting wires from the old lighting.
Turn off the power to the circuit you will be working in the box breaker for your home. It’s very important that you never try to work on a live electrical circuit. Place the mounting plate for vanity light on the wall at the place where you plan to install the light. Screw the mounting plate into the wall with the supplied hardware and a screwdriver; make sure the electrical wires for light paths through the opening in the center of the mounting plate. Only place the ends of the white wire from vanity light and the white wire from electrical wires and slide wire nuts over the ends of the wires. Twist thread nut until it is firmly attached. Wrap a 3-inch piece of tape around the cables and wire nuts for extra insurance.
Only place the ends of the black cable from vanity light and the black cable from electrical wires and slide wire nuts over the ends of the wires. Twist thread nut until it is firmly attached. Wrap a 3-inch piece of tape around the cables and wire nuts for extra insurance. Slide vanity light on the mounting plate. Most will have several protruding bolts corresponding to holes in vanity light. Line up these and push the light on the bolts. Place the nuts that come with vanity on the ends of the bolts and tighten them with your fingers. Turn off the power to the circuit again. Strip 5/8 inch of the insulator from the end of the ground (green) wires. Connect the ground cable from the housing to the ground wire on the fixture using a wire nut.
If the luminaire has a ground nut instead of a wire, connect the ground wire from the housing to the ground nut on the fixture by bending the bare end of the thread with the help of needle-tightening. Wrap the cable around the nut, and tighten the nut. Strip 5/8 inches of insulator from the end of the hot (black) wires. Connect these threads using a thread nut. Strip 5/8 “of insulator away from the end of the neutral (white) wires. Connect these threads using a thread nut. Stuff all wires in electric fields. With the screws supplied with the fixture, the fixture attaches to the electrical box. Turn on the power again and test light to make sure they are working. If they do not work, turn off the power again and troubleshoot connections.