Turn off the power to the room at the fuse box for first step install lighted medicine cabinet. Remove existing wall appliance by removing the screws and disconnecting the wiring. Defend their new mirror lighted medicine cabinet in front of the open electrical box in the wall, the mirror tilts back so you can work with the box. Connect the cables of the box and cabling in the back of the mirror, holding both ends of the cable next to each other and rotating a wire connector over the two, then wrap the connection with electrical tape. Overall, there will be a black and a white wire coming out of the box, which must be connected to the black and white wires on the back of the mirror.
If there is a grounding wire bare copper coming out of the electrical box, hook it around the screw green grounding of the power unit in the back of the mirror, and tighten the screw. Mount the mirror lighted medicine cabinet on the wall according to the instructions that came with it. In most cases, there will be a mounting bracket which is screwed into the electrical box and then holding the mirror unit-and-lighting. Bring light bulbs and turn on the power.
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How to Fix the Lighted Medicine Cabinet
Routing around in a medicine cabinet when its light is broken can be a fruitless effort. Bulb cabinet may need to be changed, the circuit breaker may have tripped or you may need a new switch. Repair any of these problems can be a quick process. With some basic tools and a little you can have your lighted medicine cabinet. Turn the power switch on the lighted medicine cabinet and replace the bulb.
If the light still does not light, try the replacement bulb in another accessory ensure that there is a defective bulb. You can also test the socket with a digital voltmeter to make sure the outlet is receiving a current. Check your fuse box to make sure the clamping circuit cabinet has not shot if you get any reading your meter. Reset circuit breaker.
Turn off the circuit breaker cabinet if restart. Unscrew the lid of the lighted medicine cabinet. Use the voltage meter to make sure the wiring is not carrying a current and make sure all cables are securely fastened. Replace the cover and turn the circuit breaker. Try the switch again. If it still does not work, turn the switch back and unscrew the light cover.