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The toggle switch I am replacing with the timer has 2 blackwires going into the back but also has a black wire (that has been stripped in the middle) hooked around one of the screws on the side of it and then goes into the back of a toggle switch that operates a different light. What do I do with this wire?

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It sounds like this third wire is supplying power to the switch it is going to. If that is the case then you need to isolate which wire in your switch box is the power coming in and tie them together . It is probably tied on to that screw because it was added on, possibly.

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