I was changing out some switches etc in a residential property. As usual, the circuit board is badly labelled. So, I changed two 3 way switches that both operate a different set of led lights in the same area and allegedly both are on the same circuit. I accidentally touched the ground on a live wire after I had pushed the wires into the box and turned on the power which tripped the circuit breaker. I discovered the short and rectified it. When I turned on the power, one set of lights worked, but the other lights did not. There is only one hot red wire amongst both switches. Have I wired them up wrong somehow? I copied the wiring from the old switches. I also tried powering the now defunct switch with the hot red wire and the lights worked, so not a bulb issue.