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11 Nice How To Wire A Vent Light Collections - Due to the fact i knew it might be next to impossible to tug cable across the rest room ceiling thru ground joists and down the pinnacle plate of the wall thru ninety diploma turns following the direction of the present nm-b 14/3 cable , i drilled a 4-1/four inch hollow with my milwaukee three/8″ arbor and 4-half″ hole saw inside the ceiling close to the wall above the wall switches. I was cautious to locate the floor joists the use of a stud finder and confirming the stud region with the aid of driving in a completing nail. The hole overlaps the lowest fringe of the ground joist. Why? Because i’ll deploy a clean off metal cover plate later to conceal the hollow. It’s loads less difficult than patching a hole in the drywall!. At the transfer, join all the grounds collectively. Connect the white cord from the 14/4 cable, to the feeder neutral. Connect the black cord to the fan transfer, the blue wire to the mild transfer, and the purple twine to the heater transfer.

Recall from my wiring diagram a brand new run of nm-b 14/2 cable is wanted for the fan switch and motor (proper side of diagram). I’ll reuse the prevailing nm-b 14/three cable for the fan mild and light night time:. You have probable noticed that you genuinely have six wires on the fan field. There are two grounds, one among which has been clipped quick. It's contemporary exercise to connect grounds in most eventualities in place of clipping them, or as a minimum to really tuck them away for destiny use. If you ever update the switches, the brand new ones are probably to have ground screws or pigtails.

There may be no way to cord this in a code compliant manner, using 14/2 with ground cables. You would either violate three hundred.Three(b), by no longer having all the conductors inside the equal cable. Otherwise you'd violate 310.10(h)(1), with the aid of having paralleled conductors. Using 14/four is the perfect, since the twine colours ought to fit up. Clearly collect all the white wires from the fan, and join them to the white twine from the 14/4 cable. Join the bare ground wire from the cable, to the green twine from the fan. Then just fit the colours, black to black, pink to purple, and blue to blue.