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#126913 03/06/01 09:12 AM
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Never mind I got it now.

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#126914 03/06/01 09:59 AM
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Matt,

Hi, thanks for your interest in our forum. I think that if you are determined to try and do Electrical work that you should seek some training, or at the very least, buy a good book. Your idea of connecting all blacks together and whites together would produce a short circuit. Your question leads me to believe that you do not know basic electrical theory and may not know proper safety practices or safe installation procedures. I would not feel comfortable advising you any further.

Sorry,


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