I had a light fixture in a utility closet go out. The replacement fixture has an outlet but my original light did not have an outlet This complicates things for someone like myself.
And I wish I had taken a picture of the wiring before I messed with it, but I didn't.
Below is a picture of how I currently have it, and I need to know what I should do next.
The previous light had 2 white wires coming into Terminal A, and 2 black wires coming into Terminal C. But in the new light, I could not get 2 wires to fit. What did this accomplish? Is the way I have the wiring of the neutral and hot wires OK? The light turns on, but is it safe.
As for the bare ground wires (labeled D). I assume that goes to Terminal C. But do both of the bare wires go to the terminal? Or just one of them? How exactly should this be wired?
Also, I have this circuit switched off while working. Just flipped it on to see that it worked and snap the photos.