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Wiring a Bathroom GFI Outlet and Light Switch
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Electrical Wiring for a Bathroom GFI Outlet with a Light Switch: Wiring Diagrams for GFI Outlets
Bathroom GFI Outlet Wiring with a Light Switch
This electrical question came from: Bob, a Homeowner from Woodbine, Georgia.
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Electrical Wiring for a Bathroom GFI Outlet with a Light Switch
- Check to make sure that the white neutral wires are connected properly.
- Understand that if the GFI outlet will be protecting the light fixtures then the white neutral wire for the light fixtures must be wired through the GFI outlet the same as the black or power wire.
- If the light fixtures will not be protected by the GFI outlet then the black power for the light fixtures is spliced to the power wire that connects to the LINE side of the GFI outlet.
- The white neutral wire for the light fixtures is connected to the white neutral wires that connects to the LINE side of the GFI outlet.
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