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A switch loop is a technique that is often used in home wiring to cut back on wire used and to make the circuit less complicated. In a normal switching circuit power comes into the switch box with the white wires tied together and black wires on the switch and then continues to the lighting box where black is connected to black and white is connected to white. With a switch loop the power starts at the lighting box in the black wire that does not go to the switch. That black wire is connected to the white wire that goes out to the switch (note the white wire must be taped with a small piece of electrical tape to show that it is now a powered wire). At the switch both black and white wires must be connected to the switch (the white wire here must also be taped). So now back at the light box you should have two wires. A white wire from your incoming power cable and a black wire from your switch cable. Now all you need to do is tie black to the black of your light and white to the white of your light (note: if you have terminals, white goes to the silver terminal and black goes to the brass terminal.) The wiring is done in this manner because in electrical work black and white make a light, and the the colors are never mixed up because it allows the next person to diagnose any problems much easier.

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I have got one power cable going to a 2 gang switch and need to feed two seperate lights off it.


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All whites are marretted together,
  • white power - white 1st light - white 2nd light
Blacks are the return for each light, and are joined after passing through the switches,
  • black FROM 1st light - top of switch - bottom of same switch - black power AND other black from 2nd light (see next step)
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I have power in 14/2 and 14/2 out to light. how do I wire the switch. I tried putting whites together and blacks to switch but it doesn't work.


Your breaker is not tripped.
Your light bulb is working.
You have a working on-off switch that has two brass screws and a green ground screw.
That is a single pole switch. Black wires go on either brass-colored screw, and whites are twisted together.
If switch has 3 screws and ground screw, connect black wires to dark-screw and one of the brass screws.

First you should test your wires.
You have 2 cables.
Both cables have black, white, and bare copper ground wires.
One cable goes to light.
Other cable comes from breaker box.

Cable from breaker box has black-hot wire and white-neutral wire.
Turn on power and test black wire to white, and then test black wire to ground.
Tester should light up with both tests.
If tester does not light up, then breaker is suspect, or there is a short in nearby box.
Track back the short towards breaker, going one box at a time, each time testing black to white and black to ground.

Next, inside the switch box, remove the switch and connect both cables without the switch.
Black to black
White to white
Turn on power, does light turn on.
If light turns on, your switch is suspect. Connect new switch. One black wire to each brass screw, and then tie white wires togethr.
If light does not turn on, your light is suspect. Open light fixture and test black to white and black to ground again.

If light tests with power, then check your bulb
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How do myou connect a 110 motion light


The motion light comes from the store with a neutral (white) hot (black) wires. If there are multiple light bulb sockets on the motion light, the black wires will be connected together and the white wires will be connected together. There will be a motion sensor that has a red, white and black wire. The red wire is connected to the black wires from the bulb sockets. The remaining white and black wire from the sensor switch are connected to the line power from the panel. you must remember that all white wires from the entire project are to be connected together.

Most motion lights feed the line power from an independent switch that connects the power to the motion light fixture. Remember never to connect the white conductors to any red or black wires, as this will create a ground and you will continue to trip your circuit.

I hope this has been helpful.

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I'm replacing a single pole light switch with a timer switch and the timer switch comes with a hot (Black) and a Load (Red) as well as the netural (White). My question is how to wire it up. Does the white...


It all depends on how the light on the pole is wired. The switch you have is meant to interrupt the power between the circuit breaker and the light, just like the switch does now. The new switch uses power to run itself, so you need an additional wire. Usually the lights on a pole have the power coming in on top, and a wire coming down for the switch - black and white. Lets say there was no switch - on top of the pole there would be a black wire going to the hot, or center contact on the pole light, and the white wire would go to the ground, or outside of the bulb. If (BIG IF) things are wired like they are supposed to be, there will be a black wire (hot) coming in from the breaker, down the pole, instead of going to the light. The switch you have in place now interrupts the power so you can turn it off/on. Then when you turn the switch on, power goes up the white wire to the hot, or bottom of the bulb. Theoretically, there should be another black wire going back up to power the light once it leaves the switch. People normally use regular wire, which has a black and a white inside a plastic casing. So, bottom line - you need to run a red wire from the light to the new switch, hook the white wire up to the ground. So: power coming in on top goes down pole to new switch to black. Red wire hooks up to pole light where it is now white, goes down pole to red on switch. Old white wire gets unhooked from light on top, and hooked to common (ground) on top.

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White is neutral - hook this to the fan's neutral wire.

If you have three wires (two separate switches):
Red is power for the light - hook this to the fan's light wire if applicable
Black is for the fan - hook this to the fan's motor
White is neutral - hook this to the fan's neutral wire.

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