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Old 09-01-09, 05:36 PM
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do I have this right?

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Do I have this right please?

yes I do know the bottom right switch is up side down.
 
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Looks good. Just make all your splices in the boxes.
 
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Old 09-01-09, 06:21 PM
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the drawing seems to show the hot conductor going to the shell of the light. I know, it's just a drawing but just want to make it known that the grounded conductor (neutral) will be connected to the shell of the lamps.
 
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Thank you both..appreciated
 
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Just make sure you see dupex receptale the brass colour is for hot conductors { useally black } while silver colour screws are used for netural { white } and last is green screw for bare or green conductor that is pretty stright foward and just remember the conductor size will determed the breaker size.

For 15 amp = 14 awg { 2.5mm˛}
For 20 amp = 12 awg { 4.0mm˛}

Merci,Marc
 
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