Ok I pulled 1 cable which was- 14-2 gauge wire outside to a gazebo. I want to hook up in order a switch(gfci)( All switches in this diagram will be gfci even if not needed). A switch for a ceiling fan and light( no separation of light and fan needed here( will use pull chain or remote to switch,) then between the fan switch and fan I want to add a receptacle to add a small outdoor TV later. None of this is energized as of now. I wired all straight through and when I finished I realized that the recepticle is going to be controlled by the switch as well. I want to make sure this is correct:::: So instead of removing the wire and installing a 14-3 may I buy a red travel wire or pull a black wire out of the existing wire I already have now and pull that straight from the hot on the light switch to the ceiling fan. ? And use the black from the load(blanco)spot on switch and drop it off on the outlet and wire that normally(hot and neutral). Will this work fine or is there an easier way to wire this?
Also, another question I have is that I know I didn't need to buy all gfci for the project but they were in my stick already and I will probably never use them for anything else. They have been sitting in my basement for a few yrs. So with all that in mind, if the gfci is wired first and the light switch is next does that have to come off the line side of the gfci? ( the taped off ones or can I wire straight through.
On another scenario I have 2 gfci next to each other, do I need to wire this off the line(factory taped off spots) or can I wire them straight through?
Thx for your help.