I have been replacing the switches in my house with the GE Smart switches, i have done about 12 and some have been 3 way configurations. All have worked with no issue, until the one i am working on now.
To start it is in a 3 Gang box with 3 circuits, one for my office and front hall lights, one for the lights in the living room, and the third (and problem one) is for a light over some stairs leading up to the second floor, this also controls the lights in my bonus room upstairs. I assumed it was like the others 4 i had done and wired it like the others. but when all done when i flip the breakers on, and use the switch for the stairs it flips the breaker for my living rooms lights off. the Box upstairs has 3 switches in it, for lights and a fan in the bonus room, i replaced these with GE smart switch and Fan controller, these work with no issues
So i flipped off the upstairs and put the Living room back on and everything downstairs works fine. I pulled the 2 switches for this light out and test each wire for power, thinking i had the wrong black wire for the line. I find downstairs I have a Black and Red with power (using a voltage detector) and upstairs the red wire has power. I am assuming the light is in the middle of the circuit and this is wired differently, and i have been looking for anything explaining to me how i can wire this to work with the GE/Jasco switches.
In both boxes there is 2 backs, 1 red, ground and neutral i can connect to.
Anyone know how this would be wired?