My light fixture controlled by 2 switches has stopped working on one switch. The one that is not working will work if you turn the other switch on first. I have old N&T wiring is it possible I diconnected a wire elseware that caused this?
I have noticed that it does not only happen on one switch. The problem can go back and forth on either switch. What's going on?
What did you to the wiwing that you think you may have disconnected something, go back and out it back the way it was.
I disconnected an old hole house fan toggle switch that's not used anymore since the fan has been removed. I reconnected it in a number of configurations, didn't seem to do the trick. But the wierd thing now is the way one switch will work at one time and the other switch another time. I can't establish a consistant combination or a consistancy in the switch connections power and nutral wires. I'm starting to look at the light connections.
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