I was installing a lighting fixture in my new place, and the instructions that came with it were generic, not tailored to the actual fixture I got.
The lighting fixture is the type that has a plug-in on the bottom, and a place for two bulbs higher up. So, the plug has the white and the black wire, and so does the socket. Is there any reason that I shouldn’t have attached both of the black wires to the black lead and both of the neutral to the white lead? I can’t think of any other way to do it, so I just twisted both the wire from the plug and from the socket onto the main one, and then put the cap on.
Was that the correct thing to do? Or can you only put one wire at at time on?