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#2598 - 07/14/01 04:51 AM How to connect switch and outlet for air conitioner?
Mike Shn Offline

Registered: 06/13/01
Posts: 26
Loc: New York
Can someone give me an advice how correct make splice for following?
I have nineteen hundred box and double connector on it. In the box I have just 12/2 wire. I want to put switch and AC outlet that can turn on and off the AC outlet. How can I do the splice?
Thanls a lot

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#2599 - 07/14/01 08:02 AM Re: How to connect switch and outlet for air conitioner?
Bill Addiss Offline

Registered: 10/07/00
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Loc: NY, USA

Giving Basic wiring advice is not within the scope and purpose of this forum. We are happy to give safety advice, but How-to information at this level is not something We want to do for several reasons including possible liability. I would suggest that you contact a Qualified Electrician in your area to do the work, or if you are determined to do it yourself that you get some good books with lots of pictures. Sorry Mike



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