I want to put two 3-way switches in the same box. I'm uncertain what splices I have to make, but I have an educated guess. (Diagram below)
Here's my assumptions:
The hots (black) from the 14-3 wire get spliced together with: the source hot and hots running to each switch
The 14-3 reds do not get spliced together.
A hot from each light fixture runs to it's switch
Does this look accurate and code compliant with NEC (red rectangles indicate marretts) ?
The diagram shows two switches for two different lights, each part of their own 3-way. In case the notation wasn't clear, the green circle is a grounding screw (this is a metal 2-gang box)
(Note: It looks like some of my neutrals in my diagram are hidden by grounds. I plan to splice all neutrals in the box together)