I want to change my single switch to a dual switch-outlet. The instructions seem simple enough, but the current wiring doesn't match anything I've found in home wiring books.
There are three wires coming into the box: one is to the light fixture, the other two unknown.
There is power on the black wires tied together. The black wire from the switch to the light is (obviously) dead until the switch is on.
The new switch-outlet combo has to be connected to neutral.
There are three neutral wires in the box, one of which definitely goes to the light fixture.
It seems that I just need to connect a neutral wire from the new switch-outlet to the group of wires already twisted together. I don't see any other way to do it, but want to be 100% sure before I do anything.
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