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Switch Wiring On Wiring Light Switch, Wire Free Diagrams Rh Hannalupi Co - I've three switches that manage the same mild. Certainly one of them broke, so i changed it. I can not get the mild to paintings now. I were given what regarded like the same kind of transfer from the store. It is a 15amp/a hundred and twenty volt four way transfer. All wiring diagrams i've looked at communicate approximately a black twine. This only has 2 reds and 2 whites. Here's what it looks like:.
Quote" i got the wemo mild switch set up by using connecting the pink twine to one of the wemo black wires, connecting what appears to be the common black cord to the wemo and simply capping the leftover black twine that turned into within the container".
Your very clear photographs show a crimson-white pair coming from a strength source and going to a light fixture, with a transfer inserted into the crimson (warm) lead.? you need to figure out which pair (which conduit, left or right) is coming from the strength supply and which one is going to the light fixture.? use a probe able to piercing the insulation on the white twine (or simply cut it, for the reason that you need to cut it besides to install the gfci outlet).? flip off the light and measure the voltage between the white twine and every of the red wires.? the purple-white pair that has voltage on it is the pair coming from the power supply.? transfer off the circuit breaker and connect this red-white pair to the line terminals of the gfci.? join the white wire from the mild fixture to the white wire on the gfci.? join the switch between the crimson wire coming from the light fixture and the red cord at the gfci.? you're right, the shortage of a floor twine is ok; a gfci can be used for a -wire outlet.? see the sketches below.? the toughest part of this task could be enlarging the outlet within the tile with out cracking adjoining tiles, casting off the unmarried field, and putting in a double container for the gfci outlet and switch.