I have 2 lights in my kitchen ceiling, old school brass. I am replacing them with the recessed LED's. Each light has it's own switch. Each switch is on opposite sides of the kitchen. I'd like to delete one of these switches and have both running to one. I've had my fair share of electrical, and I am comfortable doing things like this, but I am unsure how, is this an easy DIY project? If so, maybe steer me in the right direction? Thanks.... as always!
If you have basic electrical knowledge this can be a simple rewire IF YOU HAVE ACCESS TO THE AREA ABOVE THE CEILING. If you don't then this can be fairly difficult with a lot of wore fishing and some drywall repair.
Super easy attic access leading to a good size space to work in above the kitchen. I watched a couple videos online and have a better idea of how to do it, but will still have some Q's this week Im sure... once I get up above.
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