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The proper way to connect the boxes with 2 cables (4 wires) is to connect all whites (these are neutrals) in each box to the ehite on the fixture. Then connect all blacks to the black on the fixture.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
The proper way to connect the boxes with 2 cables (4 wires) is to connect all whites (these are neutrals) in each box to the white on the fixture. Then connect all blacks to the black on the fixture.
Your picture shows two White's connected together and two blacks connected together. That is correct so far. Add the white from the fixture to the whites then the black from the fixture to the blacks
What I shared is the correct method if the wiring was installed properly.
Can you please explain what you mean that it does not seem to complete the circuit?
Is this controlled by a single wall switch?
Do you have a multimeter?
OK, were the 3-way switches working with the old fixtures?
If so, if nothing has changed but the fixtures, if you will install new fixtures per above, they will be wired correctly and will work.
Just checking in, how is it going with the new fixtures? ?
OK, just let me know how it goes and if you have any questions along the way.
Hi, I'm Mike G and I'll be assisting you. I see the fixture is a track light. You need to check to verify that the wired connector is installed correctly. One side has 2 tracks and the other one track. The connector needs to match and make the fixture live. Let me know if that was the problem.
With your multimeter test black to white for 120V. Then test black to ground, white to ground. Let me know what you found. We