Video: How to Wire a Switch Part Four Splicing the Neutral Conductors

Making a proper splice is a basic skill that you must have in order to properly complete most tasks when it comes to electrical work. This video demonstrates proper methods for splicing the neutral conductors when wiring a switch.

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This is part four of the 7-part video series on how to wire a switch: from rough-in to finishing.  In this video post, I explain and demonstrate the proper method for splicing the neutral conductors.

Making a proper splice is a basic skill that you must have in order to properly complete most tasks when it comes to electrical work.  A large majority of problems that occur within an electrical system can be traced back to a bad connection, or a poorly done splice in wires.  Here we tackle all the neutral (grounded) conductors in this two-gang switch box.

The next video post of the 7-part video series on how to wire a switch: from rough-in to grounding will go into the proper methods for splicing and pigtailing the hot conductors.  Click here to view.

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