5 replaced http://diy.stackexchange.com/ with https://diy.stackexchange.com/ edited Apr 13 '17 at 12:22 Yes, You need 14-3 or 12-3 going to each switch from the light/power: Call the switches L(eft) and R(ight): Connections@Light: LineInPwr(white) -> Lamp(white) LineInPwr(black) -> L(white tagged black) LineInPwr(gnd) -> tied in common Both L(gnd) and R(gnd) L(black) -> R(black) [traveler] L(red) -> R(red) [traveler] R(white tagged black) -> Lamp(black) Connections at L switch: L(White tagged black) -> L SW (common) L(Black) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(Red) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(gnd) -> L SW (gnd) Connections at R switch: R(White tagged black) -> R SW (common) R(Black) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(Red) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(gnd) -> R SW (gnd) Our own BMitch provided an answer and diagrams herean answer and diagrams here (originally found here). We differ slightly in wire assignments (mine's better ;-)(why? both switches have the same wire assignments, the magic happens at the light)), but its basically the same. Yes, You need 14-3 or 12-3 going to each switch from the light/power: Call the switches L(eft) and R(ight): Connections@Light: LineInPwr(white) -> Lamp(white) LineInPwr(black) -> L(white tagged black) LineInPwr(gnd) -> tied in common Both L(gnd) and R(gnd) L(black) -> R(black) [traveler] L(red) -> R(red) [traveler] R(white tagged black) -> Lamp(black) Connections at L switch: L(White tagged black) -> L SW (common) L(Black) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(Red) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(gnd) -> L SW (gnd) Connections at R switch: R(White tagged black) -> R SW (common) R(Black) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(Red) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(gnd) -> R SW (gnd) Our own BMitch provided an answer and diagrams here (originally found here). We differ slightly in wire assignments (mine's better ;-)(why? both switches have the same wire assignments, the magic happens at the light)), but its basically the same. Yes, You need 14-3 or 12-3 going to each switch from the light/power: Call the switches L(eft) and R(ight): Connections@Light: LineInPwr(white) -> Lamp(white) LineInPwr(black) -> L(white tagged black) LineInPwr(gnd) -> tied in common Both L(gnd) and R(gnd) L(black) -> R(black) [traveler] L(red) -> R(red) [traveler] R(white tagged black) -> Lamp(black) Connections at L switch: L(White tagged black) -> L SW (common) L(Black) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(Red) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(gnd) -> L SW (gnd) Connections at R switch: R(White tagged black) -> R SW (common) R(Black) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(Red) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(gnd) -> R SW (gnd) Our own BMitch provided an answer and diagrams here (originally found here). We differ slightly in wire assignments (mine's better ;-)(why? both switches have the same wire assignments, the magic happens at the light)), but its basically the same. 4 added 354 characters in body edited Sep 8 '13 at 13:55 HerrBag 11.6k11 gold badge1414 silver badges3737 bronze badges Yes, You need 14-3 or 12-3 going to each switch from the light/power: Call the switches L(eft) and R(ight): Connections@Light: LineInPwr(white) -> Lamp(white) LineInPwr(black) -> L(white tagged black) LineInPwr(gnd) -> tied in common Both L(gnd) and R(gnd) L(black) -> R(black) [traveler] L(red) -> R(red) [traveler] R(white tagged black) -> Lamp(black) Connections at L switch: L(White tagged black) -> L SW (common) L(Black) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(Red) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(gnd) -> L SW (gnd) Connections at R switch: R(White tagged black) -> R SW (common) R(Black) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(Red) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(gnd) -> R SW (gnd) Our own BMitch provided an answer and diagrams here (originally found here). We differ slightly in wire assignments (mine's better ;-)  (why? both switches have the same wire assignments, the magic happens at the light)), but its basically the same. Yes, You need 14-3 or 12-3 going to each switch from the light/power: Call the switches L(eft) and R(ight): Connections@Light: LineInPwr(white) -> Lamp(white) LineInPwr(black) -> L(white tagged black) LineInPwr(gnd) -> tied in common Both L(gnd) and R(gnd) L(black) -> R(black) [traveler] L(red) -> R(red) [traveler] R(white tagged black) -> Lamp(black) Connections at L switch: L(White tagged black) -> L SW (common) L(Black) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(Red) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(gnd) -> L SW (gnd) Connections at R switch: R(White tagged black) -> R SW (common) R(Black) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(Red) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(gnd) -> R SW (gnd) Our own BMitch provided an answer and diagrams here (originally found here). We differ slightly in wire assignments (mine's better ;-)  ), but its basically the same. Yes, You need 14-3 or 12-3 going to each switch from the light/power: Call the switches L(eft) and R(ight): Connections@Light: LineInPwr(white) -> Lamp(white) LineInPwr(black) -> L(white tagged black) LineInPwr(gnd) -> tied in common Both L(gnd) and R(gnd) L(black) -> R(black) [traveler] L(red) -> R(red) [traveler] R(white tagged black) -> Lamp(black) Connections at L switch: L(White tagged black) -> L SW (common) L(Black) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(Red) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(gnd) -> L SW (gnd) Connections at R switch: R(White tagged black) -> R SW (common) R(Black) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(Red) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(gnd) -> R SW (gnd) Our own BMitch provided an answer and diagrams here (originally found here). We differ slightly in wire assignments (mine's better ;-)(why? both switches have the same wire assignments, the magic happens at the light)), but its basically the same. 3 added 354 characters in body edited Sep 8 '13 at 13:50 HerrBag 11.6k11 gold badge1414 silver badges3737 bronze badges Yes, You need 14-3 or 12-3 going to each switch from the light/power: Call the switches L(eft) and R(ight): Connections@Light: LineInPwr(white) -> Lamp(white) LineInPwr(black) -> L(white tagged black) LineInPwr(gnd) -> tied in common Both L(gnd) and R(gnd) L(black) -> R(black) [traveler] L(red) -> R(red) [traveler] R(white tagged black) -> Lamp(black) Connections at L switch: L(White tagged black) -> L SW (common) L(Black) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(Red) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(gnd) -> L SW (gnd) Connections at R switch: R(White tagged black) -> R SW (common) R(Black) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(Red) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(gnd) -> R SW (gnd) Our own BMitch provided an answer and diagrams here (originally found here). We differ slightly in wire assignments (mine's better ;-) ), but its basically the same. Yes, You need 14-3 or 12-3 going to each switch from the light/power: Call the switches L(eft) and R(ight): Connections@Light: LineInPwr(white) -> Lamp(white) LineInPwr(black) -> L(white tagged black) LineInPwr(gnd) -> tied in common Both L(gnd) and R(gnd) L(black) -> R(black) [traveler] L(red) -> R(red) [traveler] R(white tagged black) -> Lamp(black) Connections at L switch: L(White tagged black) -> L SW (common) L(Black) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(Red) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(gnd) -> L SW (gnd) Connections at R switch: R(White tagged black) -> R SW (common) R(Black) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(Red) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(gnd) -> R SW (gnd) Our own BMitch provided an answer and diagrams here We differ slightly in wire assignments (mine's better ;-) ), but its basically the same. Yes, You need 14-3 or 12-3 going to each switch from the light/power: Call the switches L(eft) and R(ight): Connections@Light: LineInPwr(white) -> Lamp(white) LineInPwr(black) -> L(white tagged black) LineInPwr(gnd) -> tied in common Both L(gnd) and R(gnd) L(black) -> R(black) [traveler] L(red) -> R(red) [traveler] R(white tagged black) -> Lamp(black) Connections at L switch: L(White tagged black) -> L SW (common) L(Black) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(Red) -> L SW (brass) [traveler] L(gnd) -> L SW (gnd) Connections at R switch: R(White tagged black) -> R SW (common) R(Black) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(Red) -> R SW (brass) [traveler] R(gnd) -> R SW (gnd) Our own BMitch provided an answer and diagrams here (originally found here). We differ slightly in wire assignments (mine's better ;-) ), but its basically the same. 2 added 354 characters in body edited Sep 8 '13 at 13:43 HerrBag 11.6k11 gold badge1414 silver badges3737 bronze badges 1 answered Sep 7 '13 at 23:06 HerrBag 11.6k11 gold badge1414 silver badges3737 bronze badges