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Old 04-14-2011, 11:10 PM   #11
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Well, if you remove the plastic skylight framing in the ceiling, you can access the wires to the light and the fan. The trick is getting behind the wall. I very carefully removed the 1" molding at the ceiling on the wall that is stapled in. I drilling angles up and down behind this molding and fished the wires behind the wall. I wired in a fan/light "in line" switch I bought on ebay for $14. I then put the molding back making sure to use the same staple holes. You can't tell it was removed and the holes I drilled are completely hidden behind the molding...

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