I have switch box that controls my under cabinet lights. I was replacing the lights themselves and had issues with them working, started troubleshooting and found that there is a single hot white wire (out of 4 total) in the box. The hot white is in the same 3 wire cable (black/white/ground) as the hot black. Pictures below for reference:
The circuit also includes two single pole switches and one 3 way switch.
With the neutrals nutted together I get a hot white/black wire to one of my under cabinet lights, which causes the rest of them to stop working.
Any idea as to how to resolve?