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Old 06-28-2010, 03:16 PM   #1
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trying to find a diagram for running 3 constant hot outlets and a switched light off a new breaker. would be extremely grateful if someone knows where i could find a diagram or would type it out. it doesn't seem like it would be too crazy to setup

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It would help greatly if you could tell the order of the items. Is the switch and light after the receptacles?

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With all do respect, that is a very basic setup. Go to Home Depot or Lowes or other store of choice and look for a book called 'wiring simplified'.
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It would help greatly if you could tell the order of the items. Is the switch and light after the receptacles?
it could be, basically what i was thinking, run 14-2 to one outlet, daisy chain to the next and to the next, from there go to the switch then to the light which would be at the end of the circuit.
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it could be, basically what i was thinking, run 14-2 to one outlet, daisy chain to the next and to the next, from there go to the switch then to the light which would be at the end of the circuit.

Seems like you have it figured out...
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