Replacing a standard wall switch with a dimmer switch is a great way to improve the lighting in your home. To replace a wall switch with a dimmer switch:
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Before doing any electrical work, make sure the circuit is turned off at the fuse or breaker panel. Next, remove the existing light switch and disconnect the wires. The hot wires will be connected to the black wires from the dimmer with wire nuts while the common wires are connected together with another wire nut. Now you’re ready to mount the dimmer in the box and turn the power back on so you can check it for proper operation.