When connecting a yellow table lamp, always replace the cord and plug for safety. Because you should never work on a lamp plugged into an electrical outlet, the chance of being shocked when connecting a lamp is low. Prior electrical knowledge is not necessary when connecting a table lamp, and there is no mystery in this task. If you incorrectly should connect the yellow table lamp, it simply will not light. Once you have obtained a wiring a table lamp for the first time, you will be able to connect virtually any other lamp.
How to end a yellow table lamp, turn the finial from the shadow rest and remove the lampshade. Remove the bulb. Squeeze the harp side against the socket and lift the harp from the saddle. The saddle attaches to the lamp under the socket. Disconnect the plug by pulling the outer shell from the socket cap, exposing the card insulator sleeve and the inner shelf. Release the insulator sleeve from the wall outlet, exposing the top clamps. Loosen the two clamping screws, releasing the lamp wires underneath them. Pull the inner shelf from the socket hood and twisted socket cap from the base lamp.
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Insert a new yellow table lamp wire through the hole in the bottom of the lamp and up through the lamp housing, it stretches out of the top of the lamp. Insert the cable through the socket and screw the cap on the lamp housing. Slice apart from 5 cm (2 inches) of the membrane connects the two wires of the lamp wire. Tie a knot on the cord under the sliced wires. Sno straight wire from the lamp wire around the silver screw to replace the interior socket and turn the ribbed wire around the brass screw on the socket and tighten the two screws. Cover the inner shelf with cardboard insulator sleeve.