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Old 03-20-2011, 10:50 PM   #16
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It is my impression that she wishes to move the light switch down and to the left of the double stud.

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Old 03-20-2011, 10:55 PM   #17
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It is my impression that she wishes to move the light switch down and to the left of the double stud.
Ah, I see where you are coming from.

my understanding is she is leaving the switch on the same side of the stud but below the sheetrock split. The NM I have been addressing is the one running up in the side of the double stud that goes on up to the ceiling area.
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I have at least one of those wires that is cut into the 2x4 behind some drywall and the drywall reads live wire behind here! Scary! Also we have a wire that comes out of a floor molding and back into the molding (think was used for a dishwasher way back when) and the neighbors attached place has a wire coming out of her wall near the roof and back into the wall! Im guessing stud jumping??
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Ah, I see where you are coming from.

my understanding is she is leaving the switch on the same side of the stud but below the sheetrock split. The NM I have been addressing is the one running up in the side of the double stud that goes on up to the ceiling area.
Exactly. Doesn't need to move left or right, only down so that it's on the bottom sheet of drywall instead of the top sheet, which will be removed.

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