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Old 06-12-2018, 08:32 PM   #1
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Is it legal to install a hot wired box that feeds a sconce light that has its own switch on it?
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I read the profile what you posted .,

Residential Handyman

Are you licensed for electrical work ?

If not I will close this posting..
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Bobby, I have just the solution for you. Not only will this take care of your switching problem, you will never have to worry about burnt-out light bulbs again!

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Is it legal to install a hot wired box that feeds a sconce light that has its own switch on it?
Ask your foreman.

In California, Title 24 rules the day... so most of the fellas can't help you.

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Bobby, I have just the solution for you. Not only will this take care of your switching problem, you will never have to worry about burnt-out light bulbs again!


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I going close it anyway and to the OP please follow the details I posted below .,,



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