How To Wire 2 Single Pole Switch Inside 2 Gang J-Box To Light Fixture (2022) | DIY Beginner Tutorial

- WAGO Wire Connectors (36 piece) -
- WAGO Wire Connectors (78 piece) -
- Voltage Detector With LED -
- VOLTCLAW Wire Pusher/Puller/Bender -
- KLEIN 2-In-1 Insulated Screwdriver Switch Blade -
- Long-Nose Pliers -
- Wire Strippers -
- 15 Amp Single Pole Switch (5 Pack) -
- 15 Amp Single Pole Switch -
- Switch Cover -
- Double Gang Electrical Box (Adjustable Old Work) -
- Double Gang Electrical Box (Old Work) -
- Double Gang Electrical Box (New Work) -
- 14/2 Cable 2 Wire W/ Ground (50 Feet) -
- 14/2 Cable 2 Wire W/ Ground (250 Feet) -
- 14/3 Cable 3 Wire W/ Ground (100 Feet) -
- 14/3 Cable 3 Wire W/ Ground (250 Feet) -
- Nail Plate Wire Shield -
- 1/2” Cable Staples -
- 3/4” Spade Bit (6”) -
- 3/4” Spade Bit (16”) -
- Cable Puller (Fish Tape) -
- Black Electrical Tape -
- Drywall Saw -
- DeWalt Cordless Drill Combo -

On this episode I'm going to show you How To Wire 2 Single Pole Switch Inside 2 Gang J-Box To Light Fixture (2022) | DIY Beginner Tutorial! These 2 single-pole light switches will be together inside one junction box (J-Box) each controlling a light fixture individually. This is also great wiring for bathrooms were you want to control a light and a fan Independently. There will be only one power source going inside the 2 gang J-Box, feeding to the 2 single pole switches going to the 2 light fixtures! If you have any questions regarding this project, please comment and leave me a message!

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