Plastic "Old Work" wall box - Grounding Screws?
So if I understand correctly...inside the blue plastic wall box I have...I will have the bare ground wire from the power feed, the bare ground wire going to the recessed lights, and the bare ground wire going to the ceiling fan all connected together. The ground wires from the fan switch and the dimmer switch will then both be pigtailed to the other 3 ground wires.
This configuration is what I thought was correct, but the manufacturer's instructions had me confused when they stated the following: "When no ground means exist in the wallbox, then NEC 380-9 exception to (b) allows a control without a ground conection, to be installed as a replacement. For this type of installation, cap or remove the green control ground wire. A control installed under this exception must be provided with a plastic, non-combustible, UL listed wallplate."
I am new to this since this is my first house, so any help is appreciated. I thought this would be a simple project but the manufacturer's instructions had me a bit confused whether I was doing this properly.