Question about Hubbell Hbl1203 3-way Switch
What are you using the three way switch to control? A light? Or the socket outlet you are talking about? A three way switch is used in conjunction with another 3 way switch to allow you to turn something on and off from two different locations. If you are only controlling the outlet, then you only need a two way switch. In either case, the white wire, which should be the neutral wire (but don't count on it without testing), does not get fastened to any switch terminals. A switch is used to break the hot (black) side of a circuit. A three way switch used in conjunction with another three way switch also breaks only the hot (black) side of the circuit, but it does it in two different configurations for the two different switch positions.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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