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How to Rewire an Old Chandelier

by eHow Home & Garden Editor
An antique or old chandelier may need rewiring over time. Rewiring a chandelier is similar to rewiring any ceiling fixture, however the chandelier requires two people to complete the job. Rewiring a chandelier allow the owner to use this beautiful piece for many years.

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