I'm replacing a standard switch with a Hubbell ws2000w. The light is on a 3 way, I'm only replacing one of the switches. The hubbell switch has a black (line), red (load), green (ground) and yellow (traveler) wire. My switch seems to be off. It was wired white (alt line), red (alt line), black (neutral??), and copper (ground).
I used my multimeter to read 120 voltage on the incoming line. That's how I got the 0 reading on the black wire when the second switch was in both positions. The white and red would switch hot based on switch two's position.
Nothing is marked on the line for the switched neutral but I'm curious if I need to do more than just tape/mark the hot lines. Also, how exactly would I connect this hubbell switch?
Hubbell red to Line red?
Hubbell black to Line white?
Hubbell green to Line copper?
Hubbell yellow to nut or Line Black or??
Also the hubbell switch had a hole for neutral but nothing to connect to.