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You can make it work, but the results aren't going to be the greatest The good news is that since your smart-switch supports 3-way switching and uses the neutral for power return, you have a couple options for making this switch work in your situation. The bad news is they both come with limitations as to the results you'll be able to get. Option one: ...


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We can't say. It will vary on smart-switch design. As you may know, 3/4-way switches operate by making one traveler hot, and the other not. Any given 3-way or 4-way exchanges which one that is. It's hard to draw, but that 4-way is a reversing switch. It exchanges the two yellows, or not. By the way, I really like re-marking travelers with yellow tape ...


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I assume the orange wire coming out of S1B's common terminal splits at or near light 1, in the 2nd floor ceiling, providing the load for light 1 and also ultimately for light 2, on the 3rd floor ceiling, as the orange wire from D-E is unbroken. I couldn't find this particular configuration as an example of multi-light 3 way wiring, though. Right. Most ...


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Shop in your own hemisphere The mistake is that your shopping efforts are attuned to North American gear. The other four continents (Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia) use the same 230V system that you have. They are actually much larger markets than North America, being choc-a-bloc with first-world countries like Germany and the UK. Form-factors (box ...


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