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On and off only. It does require a neutral wire
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The 3 pack (HS200P3) is 54.49 which is slightly cheaper if you need more.
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Nice find! Thanks OP
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The 3 pack (HS200P3) is 54.49 which is slightly cheaper if you need more.
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Does it also dim or just on and off?
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Does it also dim or just on and off?
On and off only. It does require a neutral wire
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On and off only. It does require a neutral wire
is neutral wire meaning black, white & ground?
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is neutral wire meaning black, white & ground?
Neutral is usually the white wire
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These are much cheaper when you just buy a pack of the 210 three way switches. They can be used as single switches on separate circuits.
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These are normally like $21 right?
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This or should I wait for Black Friday ?
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I just went through a living nightmare trying to install this tonight. Bought it to control my garage lights and the switch is by my front door in a 3 gang box with 3 switches. I have installed tons of switches like Lutron and so on over the years so didn't think this would be a big deal. I took out the old switch found what looked like 4 grounds wrapped together in the back of the box and 4 white wires connected together at the ends with one of those twist things. I connected all the wires as per instructions and no matter what I did I was never able to get power to the switch do I just put the old switch back in for now. At one point the dimmer switch I had stopped working when I took one of the white wires out of the connected four. Any help would be appreciated.
Is the switch ur replacing a 2 way or 3 way switch? If it's a 3 way switch, the hs200 won't work, u need the hs210. If it's a 2 way, u possibly might have a bad switch? That happened to me, I had to get a replacement from tplink
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Is the switch ur replacing a 2 way or 3 way switch? If it's a 3 way switch, the hs200 won't work, u need the hs210. If it's a 2 way, u possibly might have a bad switch? That happened to me, I had to get a replacement from tplink
It's a 2 way switch, pretty sure. I was just watching some videos and I think I figured out the problem. I thought I had to take one of the 4 white wires that were all connected together out and connect it to the switch, but I think I am supposed to connect the white wire from the switch to all of them. I won't know until I try again but hopefully it's that simple.
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It's a 2 way switch, pretty sure. I was just watching some videos and I think I figured out the problem. I thought I had to take one of the 4 white wires that were all connected together out and connect it to the switch, but I think I am supposed to connect the white wire from the switch to all of them. I won't know until I try again but hopefully it's that simple.
This is correct. You add the white wire coming from the TP-Link switch to the existing wire nut where the neutral wires are.
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