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Electrical Question From Harry About Lighting

Question : Currently, over my workbench I have a pull chain incandescent light (14-2 wire). I would like to add 2 new single tube fluorescent fixtures on either side of the incandescent light.

City and State : Victoria British Columbia Canada

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Question : Currently, over my workbench I have a pull chain incandescent light (14-2 wire). I would like to add 2 new single tube fluorescent fixtures on either side of the incandescent light (3 feet apart on either side) and I would like all three lights to be switched by the pull chain incandescent light. How do I do this?

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