Here is the situation. At the top of the stairs I have two 3 way switches. (the left one controls the upstairs hall light and the office ceiling fan/light and the right one controls the ceiling stairs light) At the bottom of the stairs is the other 3 way switch that controls the upstairs ceiling stairs light.
There is a switch next to the bedroom that controls the Hall/Office ceiling light/fan just as the switch next to the bathroom controls the Hall/Office ceiling light/fan (I will call this light switch 2) What happens in this scenario is that, not matter what the Hall light is on, ALL THE TIME (very dumb), and we will call the switch next to the bathroom light switch 3.
What I want to do, is make the light switch 2, next to the bedroom to act as a single pole switch, independent of the others.
Here are some pictures.
We will call this light switch 1 because it holds two three way switches.
Here is the wiring for light switch one with the switch to the hall pulled out.
Here is light switch 2 next to bedroom (I want this to act as a single pole switch).
Here is the wiring for light switch 2.
Here is light switch 3 next to the bathroom.
Here is the wiring for light switch 3.
Here is the situation above the stairs and "hall", which technically a hall but kind of. Stair light is present and I removed the hall light.
Top of stairs showing light switch one and two within 5' of each other.
Top of stairs showing light switch 3 within 5' of light switch 1 at the top of the stairs.
Here are light switch one close ups
Here are light switch two close ups.