How to Install USB Outlets | Easy DIY Home Upgrade
Switching out your existing electrical outlets with USB outlets is a simple DIY project to upgrade your home, making it easier to charge your cell phone, iPad, and other consumer electronics.
In this video, I’ll walk you through the process of installing a USB outlet. I recommend using name brand components from a reputable manufacturer, this is not one you want to cheap out on for safety reasons.
Note: this how-to video applies only to the United States power grid / voltage.
*I am not a qualified electrician. Perform these tasks at your own risk, seek the expertise of a licensed professional and check your local code requirements before attempting anything you see in this video.*
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0:10 Tools Needed
0:40 Unboxing USB Outlets
1:43 Removing Electrical Outlet
3:18 Stripping Wires
4:07 Attaching Wires
5:51 Inserting into Wall
6:11 Wall Plate
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