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You asked several questions and you have a lot of responses here but I am hoping to more specifically answer your questions: What is common practice or code when running new electrical lines in a home(15 amp/20 amp) in a basement that feed up to the
A ceiling fixture that operates off a switch when you enter a room is a convenient way to light a room. Adding a ceiling fixture where none existed before entails bringing power to a wall switch and wiring from the wall switch to the ceiling fixture
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
Totally legit. You are allowed to oversize wire anytime you want. Breaker amperage is determined by the smallest wire in your circuit
In a 2000 era home in Georgia, I replaced an overhead lighting fixture with a combo ceiling fan and light. (Yes, I reinforced the junction box appropriately. ) The wiring was simple enough, the power supply is via the switch box (now two switches)
Let me grab some excerpt from it: Why does the CFL bulb flash? "Many times this is due to the circuit inside the CFL charging up, even when the bulb is off. This happens many times when the CFL bulb is being controlled by an illuminated wall switch,
I purchased a used Jenn Air Cook top range (model c238b-c) to replace an older existing one (c221-c). Both units are the typical counter top with 2 slide-in double cook top element carthridge, and identical wiring diagram for both units. The only dif
You should not be splicing lamp wires outside the fixture or lamp. If you need to splice in the middle of a run you should replace the cord. Inside a fixture or lamp no heat shrink is required or needed
Well, I did a fair amount of investigating so I'll answer my own question here in case someone else comes across it in a search. I have two switches. A primary switch with a dimmer and a secondary switch