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    I got it working - thank-you all for your help. ...

    I got it working - thank-you all for your help. Wouldn't have thought it possible otherwise.
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    jw - thank-you. I will try this tonight.

    jw - thank-you. I will try this tonight.
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    Billy Bob, Thanks. But in this scenario, the...

    Billy Bob,

    Thanks. But in this scenario, the 2 D batteries (i.e. the Power Supply in your schematic) are wired into the harness somehow, which then spits out the red and white wires that I'm...
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    It's heartening to hear I may not be out of...

    It's heartening to hear I may not be out of options.

    However, the times I've wired three or four way circuits, I typically have one end of the circuit on the load and the other connected to the...
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    speedy petey - Thanks. So there's truly no...

    speedy petey -

    Thanks. So there's truly no way to have 2 fully separate switches for this thing? I was hoping to have something at the unit and another at the entrance to the room.

    Also, is...
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    wiring two switches for a gas fireplace

    I just installed a gas fireplace. My hope is to be able to have 2 separate locations for on/off switching as far as the pilot/starter, essentially just a three-way circuit, except that the unit...
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    Thank-you. I assume that I also pigtail all the...

    Thank-you. I assume that I also pigtail all the neutral ends (12G feeder, fan, light) together, and then does it matter which switch I place the grounded wires to?
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    Bathroom wiring circuit question

    Question on how to connect two switches in a bathroom circuit, where one switch is for the fan, and one is for a light:

    20 amp circuit on 12G comes into bathroom, into a GFCI. I then run the GFCI...
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    Thanks for all the help. I think I have it...

    Thanks for all the help. I think I have it sorted out.
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    So if I understand what you are saying,...

    So if I understand what you are saying, Jadnashua, I could conceivably place three separate 20 amp breakers in my subpanel, even though the main circuit is only 30 amps, and as long as the sum total...
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    Thank-you so much, so far. But, can I...

    Thank-you so much, so far.

    But, can I physically run three strands of 12G romex out of this subpanel (bedroom, heater, trdmil)? This, in my inexperienced mind, is what I'm blanking on. My...
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    Also, I don't plan to ever be running the heater...

    Also, I don't plan to ever be running the heater and the treadmill at the same time, or certainly not at anything near peak capacity.
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    Basement subpanel issues

    I'm finishing a basement, and currently have an unused 20 amp breaker once dedicated for a washer, a well as a 240V outlet for an old dryer long since moved upstairs. The 240 outlet is hooked into...
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