I have a setup where I have two switchboxes, and three total lights.
Switchbox #1 has two switches in it. A dipole and a three way switch. One switch controls Light Number 1, One switch controls Light number 2.
Switchbox #2 is across the room, and also contains two switches, a dipole and a three-way. One switch controls Light Number 2 (same as the other box), and another controls a separate single-switched light number 3.
Light #1 has the power from the box coming into it, and is obviously connected to Switchbox #1. However, when I disconnect the power to it, but disconnecting the two black wires, all of the lights AND the swithboxes are all dead with no power on any wires.
Light #2 has 3 wrapped wires coming into it. One of these wires has a hot black wire all the time, when all switches area in the off position. Light #2 is controlled by both switchboxes.
Light #3 - Is only controlled by Switchbox #2.
The diagram below shows the hook up. Sorry for the crude drawing. Blue Wire represents the white wire, black the black wire, and green the ground wires. The Orange circles represent HOT wires when all switches are in the OFF position, and no lights are on.
All of these things are connected through the walls - can someone tell me how this should be set up? I would like to add additional lights to the set up - where the ones hooked up to the original light #1 come on when light #1 comes on, and ones hooked up to the Light #2 come on when light #2 comes on.