]My mother live in an older house and has two regular light switches in bathroom. one for light and other for exhaust for the exhaust fan
I would like to add an GFCI outlet in place of one of the switches and move both switches to one side.
The parts Im thiking of using are: 15 Amp, 120/277 Volt, Decora Single-Pole / Single-Pole AC Combination Switch, Commercial Grade, Grounding, Side Wired - Brown
15 Amp, 125 Volt Dual Function AFCI/GFCI Receptacle, 20 Amp Feed-Through, Tamper-Resistant, Monochromatic, back and side wired, nylon wallplate/faceplate, screws and self-grounding clip included – Brown
I would like the light switch to be independent of the outlet and fan switch
Im thinking of connecting the Fan switch to the load of the outlet.
Using my diagram, can someone please tell me how to correctly wire all this together? ex Light switch= LH>7 and LL>5 etc.
any help is appreciated.
P.S. As this is an older house, Im pretty sure there is no ground wire and the gangbox is metal.