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Light switch wiring

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SOURCE: Pull switch wiring

What you have is a switch for a ceiling fan/light combination.
Black wire from your light is power, White is Neutral (do not connect this to switch or dead short).

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Your switches are switch1 and switch2
Each switch has 2 brass-colored screws
If you have a double switch, see page bottom
And you are installing a fan/light combo with separate wires for fan and light.

Bare ground wires and green wires connect to each other and to green screw. A ground wire runs from fan/light to switch box where it connects to other bare copper wire and these wires will not be discussed.

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Pardon the crude drawing.
The switches would actually be located next to each other, but it was easier to draw like this.
Drawing shows 3 wires coming from fan-light to switch box.
The drawing shows the black and white wire arriving from breaker
The drawing does not show how the white wires are joined with a wire nut

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Pull switch wiring


What you have is a switch for a ceiling fan/light combination.
Black wire from your light is power, White is Neutral (do not connect this to switch or dead short).

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