09:16PM | 02/22/05
Member Since: 02/06/03
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Where can I find an electrician that will help me with my project? I do not mind paying, however I want to do the majority of the work if not all of it. I have the following I would like to do

1. Relocate light from Ceiling corner to ceiling center...about 2 feet away.

2. Tap into that same line to add a bar light over mirror about 2 feet away from current location.

3. i have back to back bathrooms with power to 1 duplex outlet in bathroom 1 and on that same line 2 duplex outlets in bathroom 2. Code from what i understand requires each of the duplez outlets to be on a dedicated line. So I need to run at least 2 if not 3 brand new lines and attatch to panel.

4. Would like to have wall switch turn on a to be installed fan in the ceiling. Right now wall switch gives duplex outlet at bottom of wall power. i want that outlet to have constant power and that switch to be used for the new fan power.

Am I crazy for trying to do this myself. Will anyone help me along and give me pointers? Advice recomendation? Anything?


Tom R


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