greetings, a friend is selling his house and im helping him sort a few things. everything is done except this outlet. GFCI in the kitchen thats powering two switches downstream. one switch is cabinet lighting, other is a disposal. (i know the disposal should have its own circuit, but didnt mention that yet)
GFCI > switch (disposal) > switch (cabinet lights)
upon opening, saw none of the neutrals in use, they were just nutted together? hot appears wired correctly. grounds are connected, but this is where i believe the problem is. i can take the switches out of the equation and make the GFCI operate properly, but once a load is hooked up, the outlet continually trips.
can someone send me a diagram just so i can compare to this. im going to take it all apart and redo, just want to make sure its going to be right.