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Defective Devices



Hi !,

This may sound like a stupid questions. Let's say we put in a relay switch (FGS221) on two loads each connected with a dual gang toggle switch for lighting. What happens if the FGS211 is defective ?

Will I still be able to use the physical toggle switch on the dual gang to operate the lights ?


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The way you hook up the switches means that the wall switch is no longer connected directly to your power mains or your lighting. Instead, it has been demoted to a simple remote for the relay. Only thing it does is to tell the relay that you would like to change position of one of the relays.

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