Installing a backlit bathroom mirror is a great way to improve the appearance of your bathroom.
Not only does it add light and depth to the room, but it can also make your bathroom feel more luxurious. In this blog post, we will show you how to install a backlit bathroom mirror yourself.
We will also provide some tips on choosing the right mirror for your needs.
So, if you are considering adding a backlit bathroom mirror to your home, keep reading!
Note before Installing
- All of these steps are crucial for a successful installation, so don't cut any corners!
When you are installing a new fixture, make sure that the power is off and then remove any old fixtures from above. Be careful when taking out these parts as they may require special tools to disassemble them for re-sale or recycling properly.
- Don’t discard any of the packaging until you are sure that you have all of the parts and the fittings.
- Before starting, turn off power at junction box where pipes will be connected so as not cause any accidents if something goes wrong!
📢Unpack mirror and structural frame.
Do not lay the mirror on the tile or concrete surface before installation. Make sure that you protect your mirrors corners with packaging material to prevent chipping in carrying.
📢Take care when drilling pilot holes to avoid hitting any pipes or wiring that may be hidden beneath the surface.
5 Steps to Install Your Backlit Bathroom Mirror
✅Step 1 :
Unpack the LED mirror and lay out all of the tools you will need on a nearby counter or table. Make sure you have everything you need before you begin, including a screwdriver, a level, a pencil, tape measure, and the proper screws.
Once you have double-checked that you have everything you need, you can begin unpacking the LED mirror.
Make sure the measurement on the cardboard screw holes are matching up with aluminum base on the mirror back, then mark the screw holes according to the cardboard with pencil.
A lot goes into making sure everything lines-up perfectly before installing these mirrors so take extra care when doing this part for best results.
Drill holes, and put in the plastic plugs, then fix the aluminum bar with screws and twist the T shape nail to the wall.
Next, you need to connect the cable before hanging the mirror onto the wall.
The way for connecting wires: Black wire to Live Terminal ( L ), White wire to Neutral Terminal ( N ), Green wire to Earth Terminal ( E ) (120V, 60Hz).
According to the existing aluminum bar and the T shape nail, hang your backlit bathroom mirror on the wall.
🆗At last, double check the cable, then you can turn the power on now!
Two buttons Sensor switches to control the lights and defogger as below:
Button 1: Power control for LED light and brightness adjusting; Press the button (tip on it) to control the lights, long press to control the brightness which will switch from 3000K to 6000K. Some of Mirplus products can adjust the color temperature at the same time.
Button 2: Power control for the anti-fog function.
So there you have it!
The steps on how to install a backlit bathroom mirror. If you’re feeling up to the task, go ahead and give it a try. But if you’d rather leave it to the professionals, our electrician would also be happy to help.
Leave your comments below about your experience with installing a backlit bathroom mirror or any questions that you may still have and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Thanks for reading!