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I want to install switches in a bathroom. I want switches for the fan, ceiling light and mirror light in series

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    Digglesby May 11, 2010

    What do you mean "in series"? Do you want 3 switches, one for each, but located together in one place?

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If you want to have the switches wired in series, you will have to run wires to and from the switches to every device and have to have multiple things on to turn on the devices. It is not practical to wire in series. Say the ceiling light is the first switch in the series and the vanity is the third. You have to turn on the ceiling light and the fan just to turn on the vanity. It does not make sense. It is far more practical to wire the switches in parallel with each switch and device having their own switch leg. You can turn anything on and off independent of the others AND save a substantial amount of wire opposed to series, wich would require your wiring to go to and from the switches three times (SIX runs!).

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