Help! Wiring new light fixture in bathroom

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Old 08-26-00, 03:15 PM
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I am replacing my old light fixture in the bathroom. The box has 3 wires: 1 black, 1 white and 1 green attached to the box.
My new fixture has a black wire that looks like an extension cord (minus the plug of course).

How do I go about wiring this fixture? The directions say to attach white to white, black to black and green to ground. The fixture has no white wires.


Please help!!!!!
 
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Old 08-26-00, 03:55 PM
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hello breakers, 1 of these black wires will be identified in some way(ridge, stripe,ect) this will be the nutural and attaches to the white. if u cant determin which is the identified wire the wire that attaches to the shell(threaded part of light socket)of the light socket is the nutural.
 
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