To complete this BB, the minimum requirements are:
- install a light switch
To show you've completed this Badge Bit, you must provide:
- a before picture where no light switch existed before
- a picture during the light switch installation
- an after picture action shot of the light switch working
- OR post a 2 minute video of you installing the light switch and it working
I installed a light switch for a flood light on the back of the house today. The wall was finished so I ran the wires down under the trim by the door and fished the through the insulation to a hole I cut in the tongue and groove paneling. And it works!
Here is my submission for Electricity - Sand - Install a Light Switch.
To document the completion of the BB, I provide the following:
1 - a before picture where no light switch existed before
2 - a picture during the light switch installation
3 - an (almost) after picture action shot of the light switch working (still need to put switches in the box and put the cover on)
4 - a truly after picture with the light switch box closed up
Mike Barkley approved this submission. Note: Certified. I suggest changing a couple of the wire directions on the screws though. Orient them so that the wire loop gets tighter as the screws are tightened.
I submit this for consideration. It's not technically a "light" switch in that it's actually a new switch I installed to turn on an exhaust system. However, I'm hoping it can be accepted as it's the same equipment, just not switching a light. Because it's not a light though I'll have to link to a short video to offer evidence that it worked. You can hear the exhaust turn on and off in the video.