Re: Add new lgt fixture and switch to existing lgts and switch?
No. The only way to have a light with a remote/switch control and no wiring at all to supply it would be a battery powered light with a receiver and a battery powered remote which you could mount on the wall.
Originally Posted by jwoodnik
You would first have to determine where power from the panel goes - it might be at the switch box or it might be at the existing fixtures. You would also have to determine if you have a general purpose circuit or a multi-wire branch circuit before you could safely begin. Older CBs on MWBCs are not necessarily tied together.
Switch loop wiring is often not re-identified, especially in older homes, and when dealing with just whites and blacks they are NOT wired color matched. If you don't know what you're doing you could end up with a direct short (and that would be very bad).
From your post it seems you do not have the skills to trace your circuitry, or even a basic understanding of electrical wiring. A licensed electrician would be your best bet.
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