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I trying to move a switch, which is currently in a 2-gang box. The 2-gang box will need to stay in place (and covered with a plate) as it is also the junction of some other stuff (currently power comes into the box, and feeds the switched light, and
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by Hary Last Updated March 12, 2016 07:09 AM I have a motion sensor switch controlling bathroom light and a single pole switch controlling exhaust fan in the same box. I want to replace the motion sensor switch with a single pole switch. Below is a l
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I'd be surprised if the wires coming in from the bottom of the box (the 14/2 NM) weren't the supply (hot). It's fairly common to use a 14/3 for the run between the switches and the light\fan. In that you only have 2 cables coming into the box and you
Answer for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hz supply service. Most times you can't feed your load only from the switch because it doesn't have a neutral. If there are no existing power outlet branch circuits nearby you'd have to consider conne
So you have 6 neutrals: supply, neutral to two lamps, and pigtails from the outlet and 2 switches. If your wire-nuts are not certified for 6 wires, you can use a 6” jumper and nut them 3 and 3 (well, 4 and 4 with the jumper). Now this will come up if
Your setup is quite improper & illegal. So, don't touch or change anything unless you're rewiring all of it correctly. The 4-way switch (B) just connects the 2 3-way switches (A & C), it's just a bridge
Connect ground wires. Provide as shorter lengths (8 inches/20. 5 cm) of bare or green insulated wire to this wire-nutted group to allow connection to green ground terminal screws on each device in the box (switches, outlets, fixtures, etc