Two daisy-chained light circuits off one switch?

yazkFebruary 6, 2011

Hi there,

I can't see there would be any problem with this configuration but wanted to check with the knowledgable people here.

I need to run four ceiling lights off one switch. Normally all four would be daisy-chained, but due to the layout of the room I can't do that. Instead I want to split the single circuit into two in a junction box (located in the crawl space) and them have two lights on each leg of the circuit.

Will this be ok?

Thanks.

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DavidR

Looks fine to me.

    Bookmark   February 7, 2011 at 12:04AM
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