Question about Electrical Supplies
First, be sure the power is off at the circuit breaker. If I understand you correctly, the dimmer switch has 2 wires. Some have 4 wires.
Connect the black wire to the black incoming wire using a wire nut. Twist the stranded wire tightly and tighten the wire nut as tight as you can get it. Attach the red wire to the white incoming wire the same way. Be sure the gold ground wire is attached to something. Either it will be connected with other gold wires or it will be grounded to the box if the box is metal.
Hope this helps. If it does, I'd appreciate a vote or comment. Thanks,
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