Leviton Electrical Supplies - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Im installing a two way switch and have one hot
If I understand you correctly, your hot lead should attach to 1 switch and a common wire goes from that switch to the other switch. Here's a link to a good explanation of 2 way switch wiring. Essentially you run power to one switch, and that same switch sends power via 1 of 2 other wires to the second switch. The light (or other device) is then connected to the second switch. Hopefully the diagrams in the following link will help you. In any case you need 3 wires at each switch. Good luck!
on May 29, 2019
New Leviton 'lighted, decorative' switch flickers when off
You cannot use standard electronic dimmer switches with CFL bulbs, only incandesant bulbs! That is why you are getting the flickering.
With CFL's bulbs installed in a light fixture that has a non-flouresant rated dimmer switch on that circuit, you will cause the standard dimmer to fail.
You have to look at the dimmer package (sometimes printed on the back of the dimmer itself too) to see if it can be used with CFL bulbs,as many are not rated for use with anything other than standard incandesant bulbs.
Hope you found this very helpful and best regards!
on Apr 20, 2019
Using a #5224 Combination two
I think you have your wires connected to wrong screw.
Wiring devices have screws that are color-coded as you noticed.
The Hot wire from breaker connects to dark colored screw(s).
The wires to Load (ceiling light-outdoor light) connect to brass screws.
If you need more help, add a comment at bottom and I will help further
on Feb 03, 2019
I have a silver padlock
most if not all these padlocks when first manufactured the manufactures has to set it with some digits if it four digits lock , manufacture use eg., 0000 or 1234 and if it six digits it uses 000000 or 123456 and so on the idea is that when the lock is first bought it comes with these digits then by following their instruction you can change the code you wish to have
on Jan 02, 2018
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