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Switch is controling things i didn't know it would
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If I understand you question (if not please clarify) you have a switch and outlet combo and you have a box with a black and white coming in one side and a black and white going out the other side. Here's the deal the switch side only deals with the black (hot) lines but the outlet needs a common (white) line so there should be two brass posts the black coming in goes to the bottom brass post and the black going out to the light goes to the top. You should now have two silver posts and these take the white lines they are common to each other (electrically speaking that means they are two ends of the same wire to put it simply) In the event you only have one silver post tie both whites to that one. if this was a switch box the two whites would be tied together with a wire nut and shoved in the back.
good luck I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
Yes. The incoming hot wire should connect to the sensor switch with a wirenut. Put another wire under that wirenut and jump it over to the fan switch.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
The cord that runs to your light contains two wires.
The cord switch interrupts one wire.
The second wire runs uninterrupted between wall plug and light.
The photo below is not the same switch as yours, but it shows how one wire is interrupted and the other wire is uninterrupted.
Which wire do you want to interrupt?
Look at the wall plug.
Is the plug polarized, where one blade of the plug is wider?
If the plug is polarized, then one blade is wide and the other is narrower.
Each blade of the plug feeds one of the two wires going to lamp.
Locate the narrower blade, and the wire that comes from that side of plug.
The narrow-blade wire is the wire you want to interrupt when installing the cord switch.
If the plug is not polarized, then choose one wire.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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