I have attempted to install my WeMo switch; however, it does not seem to want to work. Before I contact Belkin or my superintendent, I wanted to make sure that it is WeMo that is broken, and not my brain.
All wire labels are what I THINK they are, not necessarily what they really are. But the way I labelled them, is the only way it makes sense? Cause at one point I accidentally started controlling my fridge with the light switch.
So based on that diagram, I wired my WeMo Dimmer switch accordingly. Neutral to white, Line to brown, Load to beige, and ground... well none of the switches in my apartment have ground. So I let that be.
The switch gets powered correctly (white light, and then blue). I even set it up on the wifi. The fridge stays powered on (yay); however, the switch does not turn the lights on and off. Does not matter how many times I press the button. Won't dim. won't turn on.
The lighbulbs I am using are dimmable LED - https://www.lowes.ca/products/view.aspx?sku=12467830.
Before I go over to belkin, I wanted to see if perhaps I did something obviously wrong.
EDIT: At this point I've tested the following:
Controlling the switch from the app would cause the relay click sound, the switch would appear as if it turned on, but the lights remain off.
I've tried this with a single LED bulb, a single incandescent bulb, and a mix of both.
With the original switch connected, in the ON position and with the breaker ON, (aka the lights were shining) I've used non-contact voltage tester and probed an empty bulb socket. This results in continuous high-pitch beeping sound (48V-1000V AC)
I have then taken my WeMo switch, connected it to the exact same wires + a neutral, and with the breaker ON and WeMo "ON" (the lights weren't shining, this is my issue here) I probed the bulb socket, and there was no light or noise from the tester. This to me indicated that my wiring should be correct (as it was consistent with the original switch + 1 neutral wire, the relay clicks, but no power is sent to the light fixture.