Just moved into a house, and wanting to replace one of the 3 way switches with this item:
From what I can tell the two switches each have three wires in them, well 4 incl ground. They both have:
Common / Neutral (white wire) Traveler (red wire) Ground (copper wire)
One switch has Line - current is always flowing through it. One switch has Load - current is only available depending on the switch position.
So two questions:
1) Is it normal that Line and Load are on two separate switches?
2) Based on the diagrams for the product, is there a way that I can wire the new switch to get it to work with my setup?
I tried adding line with the load to the new switch, and taking it off the other switch i.e. new switch has everything, then the other switch only has the traveller and the common, per the diagram. However that was no good.
I'm not 100% sure how the lights are wired, I can't access them easily.
edit - product wiring images (better quality in the link above):