2 Wall Lights, 1 Switch
I am replacing a bathroom vanity strip light with 2 wall lights that are controlled by one switch. The wiring for 2 lights was already in place. The set up is as follows -
Hole on left - standard white, black & copper wires
Hole on right - 2 bundles of wires, (white, black, copper) each in it's own sheath.
Switch - 2 bundles of wires, (white & black) each in it's own sheath. The switch is hooked up with a black wire from each sheath. The white wires are capped off.
New light fixtures - 2 lights per fixture, therefore there are 2 white wires & 2 black wires
The hookup -
Left hole is easy - 2 white fixture wires to white - 2 black fixture wires to black - ground to ground
I'm stumped on the right hole. I've feel like I've tried every wire combination and I can't get all 4 lights to work. I'm assuming one of the sheath sets on the right is the 'master' which will control both the left and right lights, but I have no idea which. Could it also be the wiring of the switch?