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• Posted in thread: 2 switches on 1 circuit on 03-24-2009 at 05:14 PM
One more thing.....As long as I have 12/3 wire, can I put a light switch anywhere in a circuit
and still have hot outlets (e.g. circuit begins at an outlet, then runs to the lights, then the
switch an...

• Posted in thread: 2 switches on 1 circuit on 03-24-2009 at 12:50 PM
Ok. I rewired it and had the 12/2 wire come from the breaker boxes into the switch box. I split
the hot and neutral to the switches and ran from the switch to the lights. They work! Although
the light...

• Posted in thread: 2 switches on 1 circuit on 03-24-2009 at 10:57 AM
Your still reading the circuit backwards but, I understand what you want to do and should
follow JoeD's suggestion to achieve your desired results. Although, it almost sounds like the
circuit is doubl...

• Posted in thread: 2 switches on 1 circuit on 03-24-2009 at 10:56 AM
So what if I ran a new wire from the breaker box to the double gang switch box? Could I spit
the hot wire to each switch and then run from the switch to each set of lights and still have
the lights co...

• Posted in thread: 2 switches on 1 circuit on 03-24-2009 at 08:47 AM
You must have 14/3 through all the lights and to the first switch to make this work properly.
14/2 from first switch to second switch and to the lights controlled by second switch.If you
understand my...

• Posted in thread: 2 switches on 1 circuit on 03-24-2009 at 07:50 AM
Sorry, let me clarify. From the breaker box, I have 14-2 running into a recessed light box
which then moves from box to box tying them up black to black and white to white (9 of them).
Then from the n...

• Posted in thread: 2 switches on 1 circuit on 03-23-2009 at 05:24 PM
The power is coming through 9 lights into the switch -- then I'm assuming from the switch to
the next switch, which then goes to 3 more lights. End of circuit. I'm using 14-2 wire also. Do
I need 14-3...

• Posted in thread: 2 switches on 1 circuit on 03-23-2009 at 02:39 PM
Is is possible to hook up 2 light switches on 1 circuit? I'm not talking about a 3-way switch
-- but 2 switches controlling 2 separate set of lights. I can't seem to find anything out on
this.