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comment Is this a compliant way to control three circuits with two switches?
Thank you for pointing out the power source -- not sure why I didn't consider that! The dimmer switches have hard-wired stranded wires which aren't removable. I suppose we could simplify and remove the blue and lowest black wire nut, and join those connections to the center nut. In any case, the connections are much simpler now that standard single-pole switches are in the junction box.
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comment Is this a compliant way to control three circuits with two switches?
Thank you for explaining what is depicted in the photo. I haven't worked with switch connections often enough to see this type of connection, but it makes perfect sense now. Usually I work with the load end, which is much simpler :)
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