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    Is this what you are looking for? Seems fairly straightforward to me. Locate the switches, lights and outlets then add the wires. Why would you need to see it?

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    i was confused with previous drawing, Hondateck said it was a elective but the floorolan totally different and it made me think i doing the wrong job. Thank you ReMark for help!

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