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Great! Thank you so much for your help.

Great! Thank you so much for your help.
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So the remarked white (hot) would be split in two...

So the remarked white (hot) would be split in two inside the plastic box that houses the switches? This is ok?

Thanks again
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oh, and it's on the first floor of a two story...

oh, and it's on the first floor of a two story house. The holes the drilled in the joists for the romex are just big enough, and I think it will be a pain in the ass to snake a new line through.
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Ray: Thank you very much, this is very helpful. ...

Ray: Thank you very much, this is very helpful.

I also neglected to mention that the two 12-2 romex cables running between the fixture and the switches are already existing.

I don't understand...
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In my highly sophisticated rendering (joking) I...

In my highly sophisticated rendering (joking) I neglected to include that the main wire from the panel goes directly to the ceiling fixture. The black "hot" is joined to a romex cable which travels...
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exhaust fan

I'm sorry, should have clarified a couple of things. It's an exhaust fan in a bathroom.

I tested it out and the wiring works fine this way. My question is:
Is it safe to have two "hot" wires...
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Wiring exhaust fan

I'm trying to replace an exhaust fan/light that was on one switch with an exhaust fan/light on two separate switches. I know very little about electrical, so I apologize in advance for my poor...
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