I'm looking for some help on wiring my bathroom remodel.
Cable coming from breaker into GFCI as the first receptacle on the circuit. From the LOAD side, I'm going to wire another outlet. Also from the LOAD side, I need to wire two switches - one for the exhaust fan and one for the fan light AND another can light in the ceiling. If it were just the exhaust fan and fan light, I know I could use 12/3 and this would be simple. But since I also have the other can light, I'm assuming I need to run two 12/2 for this, is that right?
For the fan: 12/2 from the first switch - blue (fan) to black, white to white, ground to ground screw.
For the lights: I'm a little stuck. Wiring from the switch to the can light is straight forward, but from the can light to the fan light - red (light) to black, white to white(?), ground connected to the other grounds from the fan 12/2, pigtailed to ground screw. Is the white to white correct? I'm assuming neutrals from the fan 12/2 should NOT be connected together at the fan housing, just connected to their respective neutrals.
And back at the box: pigtail hot into box to both switches. Fan black to fan switch, can light/fan light black to light switch. All whites (from GFCI, fan, lights) together. Grounds together.
Here's a rough drawing just to show the design, not how the wiring is actually connected.
EDIT: Or is there a way to use a dual switch with 12/3? At the can light: Romex red to fixture black, white to white, ground to ground, romex black wire nutted to the 12/3 that continues to the fan housing (basically passing through the can light without a connection)?