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Old 03-06-2013, 10:46 AM   #16
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Like RJ said, the biggest problem is the extension of an ungrounded circuit.
Just for my education, why is this an ungrounded circuit?

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Just for my education, why is this an ungrounded circuit?
Read the last sentence in your 1st post. More specifically the last 3 words of your first post.
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Read the last sentence in your 1st post. More specifically the last 3 words of your first post.
Ahh. Thanks. I wasn't the OP.
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Interesting. So my choices pretty much lay with the saddle boxes and hope the existing electrical run will be sufficient. Extending the un-grounded circuit can only be fixed by running new wire through the house?

Thanks for all the information!
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it also looks like you're using electrical tape to hold the box cover onto the blue box, if that's the case you should find a different way to fasten it on. I can't imagine the tape will hold for long that way
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it also looks like you're using electrical tape to hold the box cover onto the blue box, if that's the case you should find a different way to fasten it on. I can't imagine the tape will hold for long that way
I have the switch isolated, so no power can flow through the box or to the ceiling fan. Electrical tape is because I relied on home depot assistance in the box and cover, but the cover plate didn't match up with the box. I'm glad I posted this project on here, have received a lot of good feedback.

Just ordered a saddle box from HDSupply and going to go that route and just patch the sheet rock where I moved the hole.

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