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Installing LED Shop Lights

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Installing LED shop lights in the workshop. Step by step instructions on just how easy these LED lights are to install. Follow along as I transform my dark workshop into a bright, easy to work in, work space using these 4 foot LED lights that I purchased at one of the big box stores. You can also find them online if you prefer. I have included a link to the lights below if you want to know more about them. LED Shop Light: https://amzn.to/2JEHjSk CHECK OUT THE TOOLS & GEAR I USE 🔴 https://www.amazon.com/shop/brandonlund FOLLOW ME ON ⇨ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lunddiybuilds ⇨ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LundDIYBuilds Link to un-boxing video: LED Unboxing and 6 month review https://youtu.be/2RwE9y4hRPU
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Kim Pham (14 days ago)
Hey I am looking for some lights that continuously connect all together . What are these lights called in where they from? Thanks Kimberly
ldav728 (8 months ago)
Great video! Been looking for a lighting solution for my garage. Looks like this may be it.
Brandon Lund (8 months ago)
ldav728 you won't be disappointed. I've had zero issues
Max Peck (1 year ago)
Lithonia or Commercial Electric was the decision. Luckily I found your video of the exact same light that I wanted to put up in my basement after all of the fluorescent lights failed ending up looking like strobe lights. So I bought ten for this month and I found a couple of 32 inch LED's for the stairway on the top and bottom which has always been dark. I do alot of projects down there woodworking or fixing small engines as long as it don't involve gas. That I wait till summer to do outside. You did a nice job on the video and at least I know what I was getting, and I liked the linkable feature instead of having to hard-wire each light individually. Now that i'm cleaning house down there and moving the compressor, this seems like a little bit extra effort to last for another twenty years.
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
Max Peck I'm glad I could help. I've had zero issues with these lights. I'm sure you will be as happy with them while doing your projects as I am! They do a great job lighting up the shop! Take care brother!
Antonio Martinez (1 year ago)
Did you get those in home depot ?
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Antonio Martinez yes and they are still working great
Rich (1 year ago)
They can be flushmounted. Look at the slot right where the hooks go through. Measure the distance apart from the center circle and put 2 screws in the ceiling. Line them up and you slide the light over.
Medley Katharine (2 months ago)
Brandon Lund will they sway if struck ?
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+Triton I didn't know that! Great tip and thank you!
jarvisis akito (1 year ago)
thank Brandon Lund the light work great the room I have then in now  going to be use for  my  home theater room   need the light to be a little  less light  at  some times can i put a dimmers switches on then
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+jarvisis akito That's a great idea!!!!
jarvisis akito (1 year ago)
hey Brandon Lund had these light installed 2 years ago like to know how  do I take the clover of to put a new led in
Brandon Lund (1 year ago)
+jarvisis akito Im not aware if these are serviceable. They have a very long warranty. You might want to bring it back to exchange for a new one.

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