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Understanding Electrical Outlet Wiring

How can I wire the hot all the time electrical outlet to be hocked up to the light switch as well…

Understanding Electrical Outlet Wiring
Background: Dean, a Homeowner from Florissant, MO
Question: Have a light switch making a plug in electrical outlet hot. Around the room is another outlet that is hot all the time It’s wires must come from the switched outlet. How can I wire the hot all the time electrical outlet to be hocked up to the light switch as well?

Additional Comments: Hope you can answer this for me. Thanks

Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your electrical question Dean. I have provided the following links that lead to fully detailed information on this website that will assist you with your electrical question:

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