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Replacing two kitchen ceiling light fixtures on a three way circuit


Posted by Paul on October 13th, 1999 07:09 PM

I was forced to replace my kitchen ceiling, which took some time. I have purchased new lighting fixtures, and it has been so long, I don't remember which wire goes where.
The wall switches are untouched, and are three way, either one used to turn lights on or off, regardless of toggle position.
One fixture has two black wires, two white wires, and one red. My Simpson meter tells me the red goes between the light fixtures. But I can't figure out the rest.
My second fixture has three blacks, three whites, and the lone red. The new fixture came with a litle ground wire for the box...no big deal there.
Anyone want to help with a guess?
Right now, I have two pig tails to try any combo you can come up with.
Sounds dangerous, but don't worry, just take a shot...VBG


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