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Old 04-14-2012, 05:56 PM   #1
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I have a double switch in the bedroom. One switch works the lower of the two outlets all over the room and the second switch works the ceiling fan. I cannot get them hooled back up correctly.
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I have a double switch in the bedroom. One switch works the lower of the two outlets all over the room and the second switch works the ceiling fan. I cannot get them hooled back up correctly.
I'm sorry?
How about telling us what you did and/or how you wired them?
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I have a double switch in the bedroom. One switch works the lower of the two outlets all over the room and the second switch works the ceiling fan. I cannot get them hooled back up correctly.
Okay. How did it happen to become like this in the first place?
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