I want to install a double gang box with one outlet switched and the other three always hot. The way I was thinking of doing it was like this.
-Both neutrals would be connected as normal -One of the receptacles hot side bridge would be clipped. -the hot feed connects to the bridged receptacle and one of the two on the "un-bridged" receptacle. -The feed is ran to a switch box and returned where it is wired to the final receptacle.
My experience with shard neutrals is less than good so I am wary about using them. This doesn't seem like it should cause a problem but I'm worried about getting feedback voltage from the neutral line.
Will this work?