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Broken blade and missing glass on Harbor Breeze 52'' Aero

Need light fixture glass cover and one replacement blade for Model # AER52BR25LKRC.

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Home depot or lowes. bring old parts an match them up. most fan parts are available for H.B. fans

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Light switch wiring


Yes.
The code is maximum 12 boxes per circuit breaker.
You can connect a 12-2 NM W/G cable to one of the outlets. Black-to-black and white-to-white and ground-to-ground. Black is hot, white is neutral, and ground is ground. And bring that cable into a hollow-wall box you install 50" high on the wall. Then run the 12-2 cable up to your light fixture.
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You can also replace one of the outlets with a combo switch-outlet. The run singe 12-2 cable up to light.
This wiring diagram shows half way down how-to-wire-switches page.
Outlets have wide blade on neutral side, and narrow blade on hot side.
The black hot wires from old outlet connect to side of combo device with narrow blade.
The white neutrals from old outlet, and new wire going to switch, all connect to silver screw on wide-blade side of new combo device.
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I have a dead short somewhere in the wiring for 6 recessed ceiling lights. How do I trouble shoot this to find the short


Test each light separately.
Black Hot wire arrives at one screw on the switch. The Hot black wire going to Lights connects to other screw on the switch.
The White Neutral that completes the circuit to lights is connected with other white wires that are covered with wire nut pushed to back of box.
Open up light#1, and the Hot and Neutral arrive from switch box.
The Hot and Neutral going to lights#2-6 are also located inside light#1 box.
Check each wire for signs of high heat and burning. Check each wire if the insulation has been sliced, or cut short, or if copper is visible because wire nut does not cover wires correctly
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Disconnect Hot and Neutral going to lights#2-6, so switch is only turning on light#1.
Test if there is a short when turning switch ON.
Then repeat step, so switch turns on light#1 and light#2, but light#3-6 are disconnected.

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How do I wire a single light to a on/off switch


Add a comment and say what wires you have in case following answer misses your mark.

As a general rule, there is one cable that comes from breaker box.
There is another cable that goes to light fixture.
Each cable has 1 Black, 1 White and 1 Bare ground.

So you have 2 Blacks, 2 Whites and 2 Grounds.
White wires twist together and are covered by wire nut.
Black wires each connect to a different brass-colored screw on light switch. In any order.
Bare ground wires connect to green screw.

If light fixture has wires, then black goes to black and white to white, and ground to ground.
If light fixture has screws, then black goes to brass screw, white to silver screw, and ground to green screw.

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