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Bathroom fixture help
Attempting to install a new bathroom fixture and have run into some trouble.
I have two wall switches that control three lights. One switch turns on/off two vanity lights and the other a hanging light I am attempting to install.
On the vanity lights: one has two white and two black wires coming from the wall and connecting to a single white / black from the light itself. The other vanity light has a single white/black from the wall connecting to a single white/black on the light. Both of these lights are somehow connected to a single wall switch
in the ceiling there are 4 black, 4 white, and 4 grounds. Three black wires are all connected by a wire nut leaving 1 black, and 4 white wires. One of these white wires is hot and is marked with black tape
I thought this would be a simple install, but boy was I wrong. Now I’m not sure where my new fixtures wires would tie in with it’s single white and single black wire. This would be controlled by the second wall switch.
In hindsight, I would have taken a picture prior to any of this. Lessons learned