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02-08-09, 03:06 PM
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Posted By troopr1954

Thank you so much ecman51 for all your...

Thank you so much ecman51 for all your help....and your patient explanation. I'm a lot more comfortable tackling the job as a result of your advise....
I'll be giving this a shot tomorrow and will...
02-08-09, 02:59 PM
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Posted By troopr1954

Thank you so much eckman51 for all your...

Thank you so much eckman51 for all your help....and your patient explanation. I'm a lot more comfortable tackling the job as a result of your advise....
I'll be giving this a shot tomorrow and will...
02-08-09, 11:57 AM
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Views: 1,857
Posted By troopr1954

The gfci is the only outlet in the room...the...

The gfci is the only outlet in the room...the switch for the overhead light and fan is at the door.....want to place the switch for the vanity right beside the gfci
02-08-09, 11:05 AM
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Posted By troopr1954

Thanks for the prompt reply....I see you are...

Thanks for the prompt reply....I see you are on-line...have sent you a personal message but in case it does not go through....only have a single box with the gfci.....have a bathroom fan and overhead...
02-08-09, 09:37 AM
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Posted By troopr1954

Re:Wiring in a switch to a gfi

Thanks for your reply. The only power source available to me is from the GFI....from this I want to run a switch and power to the vanity light. The gfi is in series...in other words power goes...
02-07-09, 01:33 PM
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Posted By troopr1954

wiring in a switch to a gfi

I am trying to wire a vanity light and switch to a gfi...the gfi is pigtailed into an electrical box where power in is three wire, and power out is also three wire...in other words I have three black...
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