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Old 01-01-2020, 11:39 AM   #1
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I would like to make better use of a 20 amp line from the panel that already has only two outlets: adding the below:

1: outlet/switch box next

2: to first ceiling light next

3: to second ceiling light next

4: to second switch

this is a cellar circuit which is why I would like two switches, one for each end/entrance

Does anyone know if I can paste a drawing plan on the site instead of typing each step ( it's not a problem to do so, I always like to work from a drawing plan )
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I've just now discovered that this site is for PROFESSIONAL electricians - so I guess you can disregard my question and I'll search elsewhere.
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Nice that he saw he made a mistake asking the question.

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