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Fallout 4 Settlement Guide: How To Connect Electricity Via Generators, Pylons, And Wires To Power Up Your Village

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Are you struggling to connect electricity in your Fallout 4 Settlement to power up your village? We don?t blame you because the game does a poor job of explaining numerous gameplay features such as how to hack terminals. Here?s our guide on how to connect electricity to turn on the power in your Fallout 4 Settlement

Fallout 4 Settlement Guide: Overview

Generators, switches, connectors, and wires are the items you need in order to turn bring forth electricity in your village. The generators are the source of power. Switches and connectors such as power pylons and power conduits enable electricity. Wires are used to connect the power from your generator to the switches and connectors.

Electricity can be flowed?in two different ways. Items that signify an exact amount of electricity require you to attach a wire from a generator to the item. Those that don?t signify an exact amount of electricity can be turned-on by having a power pylon or power conduit nearby with an attached wire from a generator.

Power Pylons and Power Conduits

Switches and connectors such as power pylons activates light sources near them. Think of them as a?means to help flow electricity inside your house. You can have multiple switches and connectors to help provide electricity to all four corners of your home.

You can attach wires from your generator to power conduits to flow electricity to your light bulbs.

You can attach wires from your generator to power conduits to flow electricity to your light bulbs.

Wires

Wires link the power from your generator to switches and connectors. Take note that wires cannot pass through walls and other objects. This means you need to wisely place your generator. You might also want to put multiple power pylons to cover a wide area of your home.

A red indicator will appear meaning something is blocking your wire from being attached.

A red indicator will appear meaning something is blocking your wire from being attached.

That?s the basics of how to power-up your Fallout 4 settlement. If you have any more questions, feel free to comment below. For more about Fallout 4, you can check our guide on features?you didn?t know you can do (1) (2), terminal hacking guide, and how to find your missing companions.

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