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If your light is not working try removing it and connecting a pig tail socket and lamp. Connect the black wire to the black and the white to the white. Then try the switch. If the light dosn't turn on then you need to replace switch. You need to turn off the breaker or remove the fuse powering that switch first. remove the wires from switch, and put wires back at the same screws on the new switch.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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Option 1. Fixture Controlled by Two Switches: Power Through a Switch Box
Two three-way switches control one light with the electric power coming through the first switch, flowing to the second switch, and then to the light fixture. The ground wire goes through both switch boxes and the ceiling light box and it is connected at all junctions, except the light, with a pigtail (short piece of wire) and wire connector. The hot wire in the drawing is black and is connected to the COM terminal. The neutral wire is white. Track each with a finger to its conclusion at the light fixture to ensure proper connection.
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