Re: Installing new bathroom fan w/ light and night light
What MLB said, only I would hook the main light switch to the single switch closest to the door, the fan switch to the top of the stacked switch and the night light to the bottom of the stacked switch. Reason being, the very first switch you always want to be the light, you don't want to be fumbling around in the dark to find the correct switch. Also, this is the typical set up, so everyone naturally reaches for the closest switch to the door for the light, whether you realize it or not.
What I would recommend is to do a little homework and then get back to us.
1 - What are all the colors of wire, both at the switch box and the fixture?
2 - How many wires are in each location?
3 - Does the power originate at the fixture or at the switch? This will affect how everything is wired, slightly.
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!