Installing ge 12722 in 4 way configuration.

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Old 01-10-16, 08:00 AM
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Installing ge 12722 in 4 way configuration.

I am trying to install the ge 12722 in a 4 way configuration. My wiring is set up in option 2 on this page http://www.easy-do-it-yourself-home-...g-diagram.html


I had troubles initially but I think I finally got it figured out. I just need to check some things.

Through some experimenting I found that in switch 2 that if I apply power to the black wire that leads to switch 3, I get power in the red wire in switch 3. If I apply power to the red wire in switch 2 that leads to 3 I get power to the black in switch 3. It seem like the wires switch color in the wall.

What I ended up doing is this:
In switch 1:
Live wire to line
Other black to load
Red to traveler
white to neutral

In switch 2
Black from switch 1 connected to the red that is going to switch 3
Black that is going to switch 3 and red from switch 1 into traveler holes for add on switch
White to neutral wire

In switch 3 I have the 2 blacks connected to each other and the red going into traveler and white to neutral.

Is there anything wrong with that putting 2 travelers traveler holes of the ad
Any idea why the wire seems to change color?

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Old 01-10-16, 10:15 AM
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Your picture is not correctly inserted.
Your description is nearly impossible to follow as we know nothing about your setup including what switch 1, 2, and 3 means .

putting 2 travelers traveler holes of the ad ???



In looking at the online installation from GE/Jasco for this switch I see this warning....

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jasco products/files/product/manuals/12722/EnFrSp/QStart/V1/20081814.pdf

I need you to make sure I'm looking at the same instructions you are. We've seen a lot of confusion with these Wifi switches.
 

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