Pictured above is Chuck Hogan, owner of CWC Electric, LLC, troubleshooting the non-functioning light in the CWC shop. Chuck found the fixture had been repaired at least twice before in it's life. The fixture was so rusty it took several weeks of using penetrating oil before the fixture could be disassembled. Others had attempted to repair the fixture and determined it was unfix-able.
At one point, someone had "notched" a hole in the arm of the fixture and then filled the hole with wood putty. Once the wire failed for the third time, it was impossible to thread a new wire into the fixture to repair it. Chuck had to remove the wood putty patch, then used a vacuum to pull a string through the fixtures' arm. Once the string was in place, he attached it to the electrical wire and was able to slowly pull the wire through the fixture. Once the wire was replaced, the fixture was reassembled and the notched hole refilled.
The fixture was tested and then re-installed at the customers classic home.
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