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CHECK2PASS

02:00PM | 08/12/04
Member Since: 03/10/03
9 lifetime posts
Bvelectrical
i connected 2 motion lights on the outside wall from one side of the door to the other side and ran wires from one to the the other connected them correctly but once i turned on my breaker it flips back and wont stay on... but i tried something diffrent i remove my patio light and my living room light which all are connected together " living room light has no light to work with " and then went to turn my breaker on and then the breaker starts making noise and the switch "single pole" that controls the motion lights blows... whats cuasing this? too much power on one line?

doug seibert

04:57PM | 08/12/04
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
I beg to differ.......

You'll need to tell us what you have and what you did a whole lot better......

Or hire sparky to fix it......


joed

11:46AM | 09/01/04
Member Since: 09/17/02
527 lifetime posts
You have not connected them properly or this would not be happening. You have a short somewhere. Tell us what you had and what you did to add the new lights.
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