Question about Cooper Wiring Devices "ACE" COMBINATION SWITCH 15A/120-277V AC
Just to make sure: Your white wires should NOT be attached to the switch in any way. If you have multiple lines coming into the box, both incoming and outgoing, strip about a 1/4" of insulation off all of the white wires, wire nut them all together and tuck them into the back of the box. Do the same with the ground wires and add a piece of wire to run to the switch if it has a ground (green) screw.
On a double switch the two screws on one side that are close together have a jumper on them so you only need one black wire from the circuit breaker to power the switch. If you need seperate circuits for the switched objects you can cut the jumper and run seperate wires to the top and bottom switches. The two screws on the opposite side are further apart are for the black wires that come from the switched objects.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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