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Hello, ive new to this forum and have a slightly above average knowledge of electrical.
I currently have a wall sconce with an outlet just below it, both are controlled by the same switch. I want to move the light to the ceiling. I figured I would be able to run a wire to the he switch and then up into a new box in the he ceiling. When I opened up the switch I noticed there was only one 14/2 wire that was coming into the box. I tried to just attach my new white wire into the the existing, same as the black. Got no electricity to the new box. Was wondering how I would go about wiring it correctly? IMG_20200425_143605.jpgIMG_20200425_143548.jpgIMG_20200425_143623.jpg
 
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