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    Default Rough-in for bathroom fan?

    I'm wiring an addition and I think I understand what the inspector will want to see as far as outlets, switches and regular light receptacles. But, how do I rough in the wiring for a bathroom fan? Now that I think about it, I guess the same question applies to recessed lighting. Do I install the fan (or recessed can) now and wire it up for the inspection? Or, do I just run the wire to the location where the fan/can will be? Or, do I put a temporary j-box there? Something else?

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    Steve
    Last edited by seattle_steve; 02-13-2012 at 11:00 AM.

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