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I wish to wire a two way lighting circuit. I know it is common

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I wish to wire a two way lighting circuit. I know it is common practice to run a neutral wire down the inside of a back box to one side, but is it acceptable practice to run a sleeved neutral along the bottom providing it is securely taped inside?
Welcome. My name is ***** ***** would be glad to assist.There are options on wiring 2 ways, one is posted below which is the easiest.There is no actual neutral connection on a switch, but the neutral colored wire is used to work the circuit as a LIve switched wire and shown. Sleeving or marking this wire is done to show it is not being used as a neutral Let me know any questions or other,Thanks
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