Question about Electrical Supplies
The picture shows the wiring detail, but I cannot determine how to connect the wires properly.
The switch is a single pole, two circuit, 4 position. OFF, #1 bulb on, #2 bulb on, and both bulbs on.
First check out the sw. use a volt meter measure between all of the lines. i.e black & red, black & green tec.... and tun the switch to each position.
note the output on the meter, when you turn the sw. that will tell you which 2 lines are switched and the which is fixed.
1). connected the hot "line in", to one line from each of the buld.
2). take the left over line from buld #1, connect it to one of the switching line on the sw.
3). take the left over line from buld #2, connect it to the other wsitching line.
4). connect the left over "line-in" to the fixed line on the switch.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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