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They are simply grounded by a screw inside usually on the metal box... it will be identified by its green color...simply connect the ground wire to that green screw...
L1 will be the black or "hot" wire and L2 or N will be the white wire...
L1 will feed through and be the "hot" coming out switched...normally open is when the switch needs to make to send power out and normally closed means that when the switch makes it will stop the power going out...
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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