Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm here to answer any of your electrical questions.
What are of the home is this in?
Is this cabinet going to be permanently mounted?
First question is what area of the home? Kitchen?
Thanks for additional question:
-The cabinets I want to instal is in dining room, there are no wather inside the room.The cabinet I want to install will be permanently installed but the cabinet is tree drivers easy to remove from cabinet.
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I want to verify that you fully understand my question:
- the cabinet isn't removable, only three driver boxes are removable from cabinet, not all cabinet and when I remove driver boxes I have good access to receptacle.
-you not mentioned what cable I should use same 12/2 G or may use 14/2 G cable.
-if I'm correct, you want me to put together two of white existing cable and one 8'' white cable for existing and one new white cable for the new receptacle and tight all four white cable with wire nut then do same for black and ground cable.
Thanks, the reason for wire Gauge I ask was because I want to use same new receptacle for to add one or two sconces light fixture with pul switch on it and hard wired with adequate electrical boxes.
Did you mean yes for my previous question because I want to use same new receptacle for to add one or two sconces light fixture with pul switch on it and hard wired with adequate electrical boxes.
I have one more question: I have one light fixture in master bathroom than I want make two from one existing. If I do same splicing and tapping like I do for receptacle, did I cross some electrical code since is bathroom. Also when I make two additional lights I still need to kip existing one and close with flat cape?
Sorry, my english is poor, the light is in the master bathroom if may change anything and flat cape is blank wall plate that I want to use to close existing light box since I need to use for splicing and tapping to other two light, one to the left and one to the right side from existing light box. The existing box cable is to short to move left or right and just add a new box, I hope you going to understand what I going to do in my master bathroom.
Halo, I have question link to the last project I have tray to finish: I did all job you suggested and I want to know is that any code in North Carolina related to how many cable 2/12G can be in one gang box because I have 4-2/12G and its little tight