I'm trying to install smart switches, which obviously need a neutral wire. I'm pretty sure I am lucky enough that I have it, but, want to make sure and also find out how to use it. I've attached a diagram of what is inside the 3-gang box that I have.
There are 3 switches that are on the same circuit (all go dead with the same breaker) - one for lights, one for a fan and one for another fan.
The red in the diagram are actually white in the box. Green is ground and black is black. The diagram does not demonstrate this because it would look unnecessarily complicated, but all of the ground wires are bundled together with a wire nut, as are all of the white wires. The grounds are not connected to the existing switches, nor are the white wires.
For now I am just installing a smart switch on one of these.
First, is this possible....are the white ones actually neutrals like I am hoping?
Second, do I just take one of the white wires and connect it to the neutral spot on the switch?
Third, do I need to take one of the grounds out and connect to the switch also? Should the existing switches also get grounds?
Thanks in advance for any advice.
Sorry....forgot the diagram and photo.....