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doug seibert

02:29AM | 07/21/09
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
""Can you tell me if I at least did the configuration right""

.....NO it is WRONG....

I suggested a safe TEST to determine IF the wiring (without switches)was set-up as we ASSUMED and WORKING !

DO YOU HAVE ANY TEST EQUIPMENT .....VOM.....neon test light ???

IS the Fan and Light in the same unit?

(1)...Switches Make/Break the HOT wire....

(2)...Devices feed from a GFCI must be "neat" ......any mis-wire or Ground to neutral contact and the GFCI will trip or fail to reset....

(3)...IF as you say.....NOTHING works when the circuit is energized "as-is".....then you have NO POWER supplied to the swithes at the moment ....that's why we test......

(4)..."Electricity is an Equal-Opportunity Killer"

"......measure Once.....cut Twice....

throw that one away and cut a new one...."

LarryG

01:46PM | 07/21/09
Member Since: 07/22/04
525 lifetime posts
unbelievable

ARiche503

05:46PM | 07/21/09
Member Since: 07/19/09
8 lifetime posts
Do you realize that is was the previous occupants who wired this and not me?

I would like help/suggestions without all of the negativity please.

doug seibert

06:08AM | 07/22/09
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
Thanks for all the kind words.....hmmm!

Troubleshooting is difficult from here....with a tester in Venice it could be determined in about 10 seconds.....

We KNOW how the switch should be wired....

Look at the new switch....it's actually two separate switches with the right jumper the only COMMON.....the HOT connects to the right.......each switch Top and Bottom...has it's own output....RE: Red wire top/Black wire bottom

opps, you bought the wrong combo switch .....you can make this work but it will require testing to determine which one of the top screws to use.......

BUT that's not the problem here.....you have no power at the box....if you did SOMETHING should have worked in the last picture......so the upstream GFCI is a likely culprit......MAYBE it's all the sloppy wiring causing the GFCI to trip/or in the case of ground/neutral fault.....the GFCI will fail-to-reset....Na-Da

Nork Safe....work neat....be nice...come back

"......measure Once.....cut Twice....

throw that one away and cut a new one...."

LarryG

01:39PM | 07/23/09
Member Since: 07/22/04
525 lifetime posts
or got it working.

at any rate he never thanked anyone for their free help.

BV000579

09:21PM | 03/11/13

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12:21PM | 03/15/13
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10:09AM | 03/27/13

BV000720

09:52PM | 03/31/13
this deck is discontinued. They dont sell it anormye. Keep looking. Call the manufacturer. Number should be posted on the deck itself somewhere if it isnt faded away already.
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