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series wiring does not make sense

Posted by LJ in TX on December 12th, 2001 06:12 AM
In reply to series wiring by WALTER on December 11th, 2001 07:01 PM [Go to top of thread]

you must mean that your wiring is parallelled or daisy chained from fixture to fixture or outlet. in other words, one pair of white and black wires is your primary hot wires with the 110 to 120 vac and it is connected to the other pair to feed the power to the next location. But please share more info. on the current light and how it is wired to the two sets of black and white wires, and how it thw light currently controlled on&off? with a little bit more data on your current situation we can be of more help on how to install a light fixture that you turn off an on with a pull chain. in order for the pull chain light fixture to work one fo the pair of wires must always be hot, if it is controlled currently by a wall switch, this means you could just always leave the wall switch on then that will allow you to control the light with the pull chain switch on the light fixture. So post back up with more details on your specific current situation. LJ

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