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Question, which wires do I hook up where? There is no ground. 2 W&B wires paired up. I want to seperate the fan and light, they are both connected to a single switch I would like to make a 2 switch. Photos of all included. Thanks!

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Question, which wires do I hook up where? There is no ground. 2 W&B wires paired up. I want to seperate the fan and light, they are both connected to a single switch I would like to make a 2 switch. Photos of all included. Thanks!

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I will tell you that bottom switch does not need that white neutral
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Question, which wires do I hook up where? There is no ground. 2 W&B wires paired up. I want to seperate the fan and light, they are both connected to a single switch I would like to make a 2 switch. Photos of all included. Thanks!

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That is no going to work, reason being is with that switch is going to a junction box in the ceiling and that is where it’s is joined to the light and the fan. Call an electrician so he can rearrange the wiring DO NOT TRY THIS YOURSELF ELECTRICITY KILLS AND STARTS FIRES
 
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