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Jayrjeff

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Good evening. I'm doing a bathroom remodel for my 90 yr old father in law. Im stuck on wiring. The beginning and end of this circuit I left intact, as indicated. I would love some help if someone could make a wiring diagram for me. Its a 15amp circuit with 14-2 coming to the first switch. If someone could help me my wife and I would really appreciate it. All lights are led. I know its a relatively long circuit. Thank you
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Jayrjeff

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Good evening. I'm doing a bathroom remodel for my 90 yr old father in law. Im stuck on wiring. The beginning and end of this circuit I left intact, as indicated. I would love some help if someone could make a wiring diagram for me. Its a 15amp circuit with 14-2 coming to the first switch. If someone could help me my wife and I would really appreciate it. All lights are led. I know its a relatively long circuit. Thank you
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Good evening. I'm doing a bathroom remodel for my 90 yr old father in law. Im stuck on wiring. The beginning and end of this circuit I left intact, as indicated. I would love some help if someone could make a wiring diagram for me. Its a 15amp circuit with 14-2 coming to the first switch. If someone could help me my wife and I would really appreciate it. All lights are led. I know its a relatively long circuit. Thank you
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