I replaced two dumb switches with GE Zwave smart switches, one for the ceiling fan and the other for the ceiling fan lights. The dumb switch for the ceiling fan lights had a red traveler wire and a black wire connected to it. The dumb switch for the ceiling fan had 2 black wires connected to it.
I installed both GE Zwave smart switches and only the switch controlling the fan works. The blue LED on the fan switch is on but it’s not on the other switch that controls the lights.
The line, load, and neutral are all connected on the GE smart switch that controls the fan. This switch works and controls the fan just fine.
However, the GE smart switch that controls the ceiling fan lights has load, traveler, and neutral wires only connected to it. No line wire is connected because there are no more black wires to connect. Do I need to take a black wire from the bundle of black wires inside the wiring box? There’s a bundle of them in the wiring box screwed together by a wiring nut. I’m assuming some are coming from the breaker.
I also read the directions for the switches and think I might need an add-on switch instead of a regular switch. I’m lost. Can someone help me out haha.