Question about Electrical Supplies
The travelers are just different colors to distinguish them from line and load (black). i would guess that whoever wired the house just used what they had on-hand at the time. There are two travelers per switch, so that makes for four wires, the four colored ones that you counted. The black/white/ground is the power (line) and the load.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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