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3 way light switch

I have had an outside light fitted just outside front door, want to put a 3 way switch in coz there are 2 other lights there already, how do i wire it up?

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YOU ARE GOING TO NEED TWO TWO WAY SWITCHES AND ONE INTERMEDIATE SWITCH. SEND ME AN EMAIL AND I WILL SEND YOU A CIRCUIT DIAGRAM. THABIET@TJBTRANSPORT.CO.ZA.
YOUR OTHER OPTION IS TO GET AN ELECTRICIAN THAT KNOWS HIS JOB.

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With an electrician

seriously,

there are too many ways to wire a three way switch circuit, to guess at, and they are not all compatible if the ends are wired differently, a sparky has the tester to be able to tie the third switch in.

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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