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thats a pretty good deal.. if only there was a lowes coupon to go with that to make it a better deal
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thats a pretty good deal.. if only there was a lowes coupon to go with that to make it a better deal
Just buy 10%, $10 off 50 or $20 off $100 on eBay for $1.xx to make this slicker deal
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Just buy 10%, $10 off 50 or $20 off $100 on eBay for $1.xx to make this slicker deal
Or just make one for free Wink
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$34.99 no tax from BH is the deal...wait for 2 more weeks...count the days...you will get that deal back.....
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Or just make one for free Wink
I can never get that to work anymore. I just buy it on the bay.
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Need neutral wire?
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Need neutral wire?
Yes. I have 2 sets of these I bought a while back. Popped open my 2 way switches and they lacked neutral wires. They're just sitting here right now. IDK what to even do with these.
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Yes. I have 2 sets of these I bought a while back. Popped open my 2 way switches and they lacked neutral wires. They're just sitting here right now. IDK what to even do with these.
Want to sell to me?
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These work great. Bought 3 of them on clearance at Walmart for $15 each last week. They do require a neutral and I had to run one because I have an older house.

One thing to note is, you don't have to use them in pairs. You can just use one switch and it will work fine allowing you to use the other on another circuit.

Check your local Walmart first to see if they are on clearance.

https://brickseek.com/walmart-inventory-checker?sku=337715395
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To bad military discount does not work on lowes online order now.
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These work great. Bought 3 of them on clearance at Walmart for $15 each last week. They do require a neutral and I had to run one because I have an older house.
Can you explain that a little bit? I know my house has ground, hot (black), and neutral wires (white) for light switches. How do old houses not have a neutral wire? How does the light work if it doesn't have neutral to "complete the circuit"?

Or is this specific for 3-way switches configuration? I only know that my regular light switches have both black and white wires.
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TP-Link 5-Amp White Wi-Fi Compatibility Push Residential/Commercial Light Switch with Wall Plate
Lowes on-line Item # 1028529 Model # HS210KIT
$39.99 Was $54.99
SAVE 27% thru 06/08/2019
Smart (Kasa smart) 3-way switch- replaces 3-way switches
  • Easy install with Kasa smart app for a guided installation
  • Voice control - with Alexa, Google Assistant or Microsoft Cortana
  • Grouping - Use grouping to combine your smart 3-way light switch with other Kasa smart devices for seamless control with one single tap on your smartphone
  • Control from anywhere - Use the Kasa smart app to remotely turn your lights on and off, set schedules and times all from your smartphone
  • No hub required - the Kasa smart Wi-Fi light switch, 3-way kit works with a secured 2.4 GHz wireless network without the need for a separate hub
  • Away mode - set your smart light switch to turn connected lighting on and off at random intervals to give the appearance you're home even while you're away

https://www.lowes.com/pd/TP-Link-...bfact=true
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Can you explain that a little bit? I know my house has ground, hot (black), and neutral wires (white) for light switches. How do old houses not have a neutral wire? How does the light work if it doesn't have neutral to "complete the circuit"?

Or is this specific for 3-way switches configuration? I only know that my regular light switches have both black and white wires.
Old houses do have neutral wires but they are wired differently. In older houses, neutral is ran directly to the light itself, hence no neutral at the light switch.

Newer homes have the neutral wire ran to the switch box first, and then it's tied into the lights.

These switches need to be constantly powered to work and a neutral at the switch allows that. In an older home, there is only a switched hot, so it won't work.


If you don't have a bundled white line with a wire nut in the switch box you don't have a neutral line.
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how can i do that?
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