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New 3way and separate light single pole wiring off same circuit. Conduit.

New 3way and separate light single pole wiring off same circuit. Conduit.

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Old 04-22-19, 04:01 PM
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New 3way and separate light single pole wiring off same circuit. Conduit.

I need to wire 4 outside lights. Three will be wired off of the three way circuit. One will be stand alone.

light1. L2 L3 L4 pwr - 3way. Box Box 3way./ Sw4L4


Thanks for any help. So three lights on the three way circuit and last box has a separate switch to power only one light( single pole). Power is on other side. Two of the lights are in the middle of circuit(garage lights). Othe three way light is front door light to left of first three way switch. Last light is service door light to be setup on its own swotch. Coduit already run just need to wire it. Im thinking i can run common from power source to all lights in a row including service light. Run power to far side of garage switch single pole. Pig tail off constant power to threewY switch. Then run my travelers between the threeway swotches. Thanks again for any help on this
 
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Old 04-22-19, 04:26 PM
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If you have all the boxes installed and conduit run..... you need to explain the order a little better.
We need the exact order of the boxes and what is in each box.
 
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Where is power? L4 or 3 way?
 
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