Hardwired wall sconce – Hard-wired fixtures are not significantly different from the plug-in fixtures, converts a wall fixture to be a plug-in sconce is a good project for beginners electrician. Convert a wall fixture for the plug-in, you can have wall sconces without switching your home, which can be a costly business, and you can take the light with you easily if you move. If you convert a fixture that is already wired into your home and not a new fixture, turn off the circuit breaker before attempting to remove the fixture.
Convert a hardwired wall sconce to a plug-in, gently pull on the cables coming out of the back of your wired luminaries extend them for better visibility and working angle. Cut away all tangled or twisted bare wire ends if you use previously used fittings, and then use wire strippers to strip 1.3 cm of insulation off the ends to expose undamaged wire.
After that to convert a hardwired wall sconce to a plug-in, locate the live and neutral wires and the fixture. The live and neutral can be white or live can be black and neutral white. The land, if you have one, will be bare copper or isolated in green. If you have a basis, the three-strand wire and a three-pin plug to convert it to a plug-in fixture. Band 1.3 cm (1/2 inch) of the insulation of each wire at one end of a piece of two – or three-strand 16-gauge wire, which is suitable for your luminaries. This thread will lead to your contact, so make sure it is long enough to reach from where you want to place the luminaries to the nearest outlet.