The outlet needs to be a GFCI, but other than that, no. Just splice into the incoming power with a wire nut for the switch and light and add a short jumper in the wire nut to go to the GFCI.
I have an older house that's not grounded. The bathroom does not have an outlet. Is adding a new outlet the same?
Can I use 20 amp breaker with 12 wire to an outlet? Can I run a 14 wire to a switch then to an overhead light?
Can you plug an adapter with four places to plug other things into a gfi outlet?
I have an existing plug which already has a switch connected to it. Can I connect another set of wires to the outlet to feed power to another new outlet?
If someone added an interior wall and wanted to add an outlet would you recommend to pull the power from an existing wall, or from the attic?
I have an outlet that's half and half as you described in your article. I have the power supply coming to the outlet, and then I have a 12-3 going back to the switch with the neutral ground or the neutral capped off. Can I put another switch next to that? How would I wire the next switched power to my front porch light?
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