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S20 E1, Heath Eastman on two-prong outlets
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Changing a Two-Prong Outlet to Three

Learn how to replace a two-prong outlet without the expense of rewiring.

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How to Install Outdoor Landscape Lighting

Heath Eastman demonstrates how to install landscape lighting along a garden path. Adding landscape lighting to a walkway or path can improve the look and experience of the area.

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How to Replace a Lamppost

Master electrician, Heath Eastman helps a homeowner replace his front lamppost with some hilarious code violations with a new post.

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How to Install an AFCI Circuit Breaker

Ask This Old House master electrician, Heath Eastman, wraps up an electrical project he started over a year ago by replacing the circuit breaker at his panel with one that is up to code.

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What’s New with EV Chargers

Ask This Old House master electrician, Heath Eastman, and home technology expert, Ross Trethewey, discuss the progression of electric vehicle chargers and the role they imagine EV chargers will play in homes in the future.

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Open House | Electrical Inspection

Ask This Old House Master Electrician, Heath Eastman, explains what to look for during a home electrical inspection.

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How to Ground a Two-Prong Electrical Outlet

Ask This Old House master electrician Heath Eastman explains the purpose of a ground wire and then grounds an outlet for a homeowner.

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How to Install Deck Rail Lighting

Ask This Old House master electrician, Heath Eastman, installs undermount, LED deck railing lights for a homeowner whose only deck lighting includes a single, bright spotlight.

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How to Safely Hang Outdoor Christmas Lights

In this DIY Smarts, This Old House Master Electrician Heath Eastman helps a homeowner safely install a variety of Christmas lights.

Installing an ACFI outlet
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Protect Your Home From Electrical Damage | This Old House: LIVE!

This Old House master electrician Heath Eastman discusses the anatomy of arc-faults and demonstrates how Leviton’s AFCI receptacles can detect these electrical hazards and protect your home from fire and damage.