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For questions about switches, i.e. electrical devices used to manually open and close an electric circuit on a routine basis.

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I have a 4 season room with some lights but the switch is in the kitchen. I installed a 2-gang box in the room and ran a 3-wire romex wire from the new box to the existing box (they are on the … opposite sides of the same wall), and am trying to connect it in a 3 way configuration so I can turn the light on or off from either switch. Below is a photo of the existing box in the kitchen. A1 and A2 …
asked Jul 23 by Vincent
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sides of the same wall), and I'm trying to power the new light switch off existing power coming into the kitchen box. I am using Legrand Adorne paddle switches, and wonder if I can use the switch in … my diagram. On the current switch, A1 is connected to HOT and B1 is connected to 1-POLE. I originally tried to follow this diagram but it did not work as expected. Thanks in advance! …
asked Aug 2 by Vincent
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. Each number indicates a 3 way switch. 2 questions: Can I replace each switch with these sensors? The #1 switch on the left with the asterisk is in the first floor apartment and I'd like to disable … it, so that the first light only comes on from motion in the hallway when a door is opened. How do I take this switch out of the loop? …
asked Jul 22 '12 by Vincent