I have a three receptacle circuit connected to a 15 amp circuit breaker. I have identified the first receptacle in the circuit and want to add install a GFCI and a switch next to it that will control the downstream load receptacles. The switch will turn off two downstream load outlets connected to the GFCI via the load line leaving the 4" GFCI box.
The circuit's line cable is coming into the box as well as the load cable The two wires from each cable are connected to their respective holes and the screws are tightened. The grounds are pigtailed.
Can someone explain how to effectively do this?
I am assuming that the black load wire from the GFCI has to be cut and connected to one screw of the switch and the remaining cut black wire screwed to the other screw.
I would appreciate guidance on how to efficiently accomplish this wiring Thanks for your help.