I need some help.
I have a great Room fan and light that are each on a 3 way circuit.
I have no idea how to wire this up right
The main wal box is 3 gang. Call it Wall Box A
It has fan, fan light and mud room light
A while back I swapped out mudroom for a GE switch and aux on a 3 way
Wall box B, 2 gang, contains the companion 3 way switches for both the fan and fan light
Wall box C is basically irrelevant to the discussion but I’m including it for the sake of diagraming ALL wiring related to Wall Box A. Wall box C, 1 gang, contains the GE Switch associated with the Aux switch in Wall Box A.
All I want is to wire up the Fan (not the fan light) on a Zwave fan controller. I have a GE Fan control switch and a GE Aux switch.
Here is a wiring diagram of the switches and all wiring coming into each wall box. It is color coded. Black/black, Blue/white(neutral), Magenta/Red, green is ground.
For sake of not cluttering diagrams further, I didn’t depict ground connections past the romex coming into wall box, but they are all there.
Now the thing that really had me perplexed is there is no neutral running into wall box B. Based on the wiring diagram, and that I want to convert one (but could do both switches to zwave) is there a way to repurpose a line to Box B as a neutral. If Box B were to contain 1 or 2 Aux switches, they only require 2 wires each, traveler and neutral, and obviously I can tail off a single line to both switches as neutral.
How the heck do I wire this up?
Desired config in Wall Box A:
Fan: zwave fan controller
Fan light: dumb switch
Mudroom: zwave switch (mudroom was done a while back)
As I said though, I’m ok with switching out the Fan light for Zwave if I have to in order to make wiring to wall Box B work.