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Question DetailsAsked on 3/31/2018

one leg of circuit went out so have my house it services to does not work. What do I need to do or can do before c

It all started when putting a 3-way light switch into a single pole light switch was before. Connected with only red & black wire. In junction box looked to be piggy-back wiring set-up. It worked okay for 5 days then shut off half of my side of house. Replaced breaker to this affected area but still no power. Panel has power but switch light in bathroom does not. Connected wires around terminal screws. No loose screws in panel box no tripped breakers or loose ones either. Cannot seem to get the neutral and or connectivity wire that would carry the power down the line as well as to this light switch. No burnt or loose wires inside light switch junction box.. 2-white 2 black and a red wire. That have been twisted together separately according to color with cap on it. No burnt or loose wires noticeable.

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