My electrician is very hard to get hold of and it will be around six months before he will be able to work on our house again. (Real electricians are hard to come by where I live! it took us two years to find this one.)
So I need to buy the UCLs to have them ready for when he is ready to work in my kitchen.
He put in three switches on the wall. I am trying to figure out which lights will be wired to which switch. So here are the questions.
1. If there are two can lights over the sink, will one wall switch go to the two can lights? Or do can lights need their own switch?
If the sink lights only use one switch that leaves two switches for the under counter LEDs and in cabinet LEDs.
As you can see in the picture, the in cabinet and under cabinet lights are separated by the sink and rangetop.
2. Is it possible for the 3 upper in cabinet lights and the 1 under cabinet light on the left of the sink to go on one switch? Then all upper and lower lights on the right of the sink and rangetop will be the 2nd switch?
3. If so, don't I need to buy lights that link?
4. Is it possible he put all UCLs on one switch and all in cabinet lights on a different switch? (This one makes sense to me.)
There are yellow electrical wires above the cabinets on the left and right side of the sink. There are 3 yellow wires underneath each upper cabinet for the UCLs.
How can I figure out what he planned so I can buy the lights? I can't reach him by phone or I would call him.
Do electricians usually separate the uppers from the lower lights? That is what makes sense to me, but I am not an electrician. All I know is that the LEDs will be hard-wired.
Am I even close? Thank you for your best guess, electricians! I really need to order those lights. peke