I am installing two new smart Eaton WFSW15-C2 smart switches. I have a new house, so it has the neutral wires required for a switch that requires the four wires. The two I am replacing are standard three-wire.
One problem is there are 4 neutral wires and they are all bundled up together under one red wire nut and the original switches have two black wires and the ground. Using a tester I was able to tell the hot. I guess the other black wire would be the load and goes to the outside light.
The biggest question I have is this:
Since I have a box with three switches and 4 neutral wires, should I use two of the neutral wires, one for each switch, and leave the other two twisted together and one to each of the new smart switches?