>[QUOTE=kok328;65519]The hot side has 2 black wires under 1 hot screw >and a yellow wire under the other hot screw. I don't know which side is >switched and which side is constant hot.
correct - I am attachin a diagram how it looks like
the side with black wires is constant hot (A, B, G H)
>>Attach your fan hot wire into the back of the outlet in the stab in hole.
yes but which letter ? E ?
>The neutral has 1 white wire in the back of the oultet in the stab in hole >and 2 white wires under the screw.
>Attach your fan neutral wire into the back of the outlet in the stabe in hole.
I think you mean C ?
>If this is not the switched half of your outlet, then attach your fan neutral >under the screw.
>However, what I would do is group all the hots for the top half of the outlet >under a wire nut with a pigtail and attach the pigtail to the top hot screw >of the outlet.
got it. I will do that and connect all to H
>Then group all the neutrals for the top half of the outlet under a wire nut >with a pigtail and attach the pigtail to the top neutral screw of the outlet.
got it. I will do that and connect all to B
>Repeat this procedure for the bottom half of the oulet, hot & neutral. >Include your fan wires in wire nut grouping that is the switched power.
now ...if I connect white wire from the fan to D and black wire from the fan along with the yellow to F ...and when I want to flip the circuit braker I hear alarm sound. please note one bridge is broken ....
..does it matter if I place the black wire into E (hole) or under the screw F ?
ohh boy..thanks a lot. yes I am going to pull permit .. it is not only this i need to work on .. I have plumbing problems and will need to replace all the sheetrock from one flooded room as well...lots of work ..