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How to connect switch and outlet for air conitioner? #2598
07/14/01 06:51 AM
07/14/01 06:51 AM
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Mike Shn  Offline OP
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Joined: Jun 2001
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New York
Hello
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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Re: How to connect switch and outlet for air conitioner? #2599
07/14/01 10:02 AM
07/14/01 10:02 AM
Bill Addiss  Offline
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Mike,

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

Bill


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