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You do not attach the green wire because there is nowhere obvious to attach it to, and you don't really need it. The switch will ground through the mounting screws. (note switches can do this; receptacles cannot). The screw you circled is not a grounding screw; it is a cable clamp, and you're not allowed to use it to attach grounds. You notice several ...


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The black wire from the box, old switch, gets connected to the black wire from your new switch with a wire nut. The red wire from your old switch gets connected to the red wire from your new switch with a wire nut. The white from your new switch gets connected to the group of white wires under the yellow wire nut, those are the neutrals. I can't tell if ...


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OK, disconnect that pendant light until you fix the problem. you can't have a ground wire carrying load. There is no neutral in that box. You've got to choices (well, maybe more), you can run a new feed to the duplex switch and utilize the unused white and red wires to get neutral and switched power to the pendant light after disconnecting the switch from ...


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