I am trying to replace what appears to be a 3 way switch with a Sonoff switch. I say appears because no matter what I do with the switches I can not figure out what they control. I checked all outlets (top and bottom) and there are no lights for the switches to control in the room.
The Sonoff requires live and neutral. Plus whatever is being switched. Since I don't care about what is being switched and just want to use the sonoff to control via wifi a plug, all I need is to get live and neutral to the sonoff in the switch 2 location and I am good to go.
Switch 1 has a 2 wire (white/black/ground) and a 3 wire (white/black/red/ground).
Switch 2 only has a 3 wire (white/black/red/ground).
Switch 1, 3-wire white connects to Switch 2 white. Switch 1, 3-wire red connects to Switch 2 red. So I expected the above to be the travelers for the 3 way switch. Since they also connect to the "top" inputs of the switches.
Switch 1, 2-wire white is connected to the 3-wire black. The 3-wire black is connected to Switch 2 black which is connected to the common on Switch 2.
Switch 1, 2-wire black is connected to common on Switch 1.
Here is a table which might be easier to understand.
What do I need to do to get live and neutral to the switch 2 so I can power the sonoff wifi switch?