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Old 11-07-2011, 01:21 PM   #1
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I am putting in 12 pot lights. I have the original wiring to start with, I will us 1 dimmer. The original wire is a 14/3 and it ran to a florescent (red wire just dead-ended at the light fixture) then a 14/2 came out of the light to a second one. When I put the new lights in should I use all 14/3 and if so how would I wire it?
Thanks for all the help and I'm sure there will be more to follow!

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14/2 from the light to light.
Leave the red wire capped in the first light.

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