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Dimmer 2 3-way switching issues





I have a customer where we have installed 20 'Dimmer 2' units. Many of those are 2-way switching when it come to override switches, they are working fine, however we have 3 'Dimmer 2' units that can be overridden by 3 switches. They have been wired in the same way as the 2-way, just using one more switch, yet in one instance they stay on permanently and the other, they strobe and/or stay permanently on also. For both the 2 and 3-way wiring we used the method in the picture below.


If any one is aware of some parameters I may be missing when it comes to a 3-way or this wiring is incorrect? Any help or guidance would be much appreciated. I'm in Western Australia, operating on a 230VAC system, using a 'Home Center 2'




Thanks in advance,


Andrew Di Loreto

ARD Electrical Services


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