First let me preface this by saying that I am very comfortable doing basic electrical work. With this project my electrician is on vacation and won't be back for a few weeks but I wanted to see if I could tackle this myself. I have a drawing that I could attach but it is terrible so here goes.
3 wire yellow romex to bathroom with red and black hot and white is neutral.
3 wire yellow is going to a box with a GFCI and light switch.
Red is set to go to GFCI and to switch controlling two sconce lights.
Black is set to go through box and on to two can lights and the ceiling fan with switches on opposite side of the wall.
He told me where everything was going when he left but I am not one to guess when it comes to electrical and thought I'd ask. Here are my thoughts...
black bypasses everything in the box and continues on to the fan and can lights.
red goes to the LINE of the GFCI, then from load to switch next to it and on to the sconce lights.
white pigtails to GFCI and on to can lights and fan.
I believe red is 20 amp and black is 15.
Does this sound right?