The wire is 12/2, and the 5 lights are the only thing on the circuit.
At the panel, black goes to the breaker, white and ground to the neutral buss.
Each fixture is wired black to black, white to white and ground to ground.
As it stands right now, I have 4 lights working as they should, and have 120 volts at the very end of the run where it goes into the last fixture, with the last fixture completely disconnedted.
A few things I found while testing, with the circuit completely disconnected from the panel, but all the lights connected and bulbs in, I had continunity from black to ground, and as I was disconnecting the last fixture, I left the ground connected to the fixture, but disconnected the white and black, turned the power on and it tripped right away, disconnected the ground and the breaker stays on with the four fixtures working.
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