Bathroom fan and light switch

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Old 02-07-13, 10:57 PM
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Bathroom fan and light switch

Ok so I have a outlet that supplies power to the light, the light then goes to the box with 2 switches one for the bathroom light and the fan. From the fan switch it heads to the fan, then another wire loops back to the outlet that supplied the power. And off the fan another wire heads to a outlet in the next room then to the lights for two more rooms. So the problem I have is how do I wire up the two switches in the box too continue the circuit through the light switch, then through the fan switch back to fan to complete the loop there?
 
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Old 02-08-13, 02:52 AM
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Welcome to the forums! To say the least the discourse was confusing to read. Canadian codes will be a little different than those here in the states. Your receptacle in the bathroom must be a GFCI. It can serve the lights in that room, but can't go further into another room as you indicate.
Being a power engineer, could you make a rudimentary drawing of what you have and post it as a picture so we can decipher what you have? Sure would make it easier.

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