I know there are lots of other discussions on here but I can’t find what I’m looking for.
Here is my set-up:
First Switch - I just have one set of wires coming into this box. It is a 3 wire line. The black is hot. The red and white appear to be travelers to the second switch. There is no neutral. In the same box I have a GFCI outlet.
Second Switch - A two wire line runs to the light itself. The black is not hot so I’m guessing it goes to the light. The white is bundled up with a bunch of other whites. I added a neutral by connecting it to the bunch of whites. There is a 3 wire line that runs to the first switch. I have the red wire connected to the YL/R connection. I have the white wire connected to the R connection.
When I turn the power back on the lights turn on. But when I flip the first the switch they turn off and cannot be turned back on again. I try turning it on from the second switch but that doesn’t work. I try turning it back on from the first switch and it doesn’t turn on either. The breakers didn’t trip either.
I’ve wired this a thousand different ways and it doesn’t seem to make a difference. I’m guessing I need that neutral for the first switch?
Anyone have any ideas?