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I have two pass & seymour 15A 660-wg switches side by side, one runs a fan, the other a light. I am switching the light switch to a sensor switch, but noticed a bridge wire connecting the two switches together. I have removed that wire, and connected the sensor switch. The sensor switch/light works, but the fan does not. Do i need to connect that bridge wire to somewhere to get it to work again?

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Yes. The incoming hot wire should connect to the sensor switch with a wirenut. Put another wire under that wirenut and jump it over to the fan switch.

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