I have a 3 gang box, and the following is all on one circuit.
Power is coming from the breaker box into a grounded outlet receptacle.
Outlet receptacle continues along to two switched devices: 1 switch controls 1 light fixture; 1 switch controls a second light fixture plus an exhaust fan.
Everything was working when I disassembled.
I replaced the light/fan switch with a new single-pole switch. I replaced the light switch with a new dimmer switch. I replaced the outlet with a new outlet.
Wired everything up the same as it was originally.
All are working, BUT: Now, the outlet and light/fan are not hot until the dimmer switch is turned on. Furthermore the outlet and fan are reduced by the dimmer.
Obviously the load wiring is not correct.
I don't believe I mixed up any of the wiring.
Dimmer switch wiring diagram shows "Wire to Light or Source" at both connection points. The dimmer switch supports single pole and three way configurations.
Does a dimmer switch not support my scenario? Do I need a specific configuration for the dimmer not outlined in the instructions?
Did I mix up wiring somewhere? Everything originates from the outlet receptacle. The only wiring into the dimmer is from the outlet, and the only wiring out goes to the fixture.
Appreciate any help or insights.
EDIT: Here are some photos of the setup.