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Wiring - 1 light, 2 switches

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Hello, I have a question see. below: I have 1 light in the corridor (triple light point), it is controlled by two single-switches. On 1 picture is the A driver On 2 figures is the B driver I want to plug in the Fibaro single switch 2 in figure 3 Fibaro connected - i video, how to plug a classic one light - one switch. Fibaro Single switch 2 is plugged into Controller A, where all the cables are needed - black, brown, gray, blue, as the B cable is only black, brown and gray. Where and how does the Fibaro Single switch 2 according to the scheme of Figure 3 Fibaro plug in and plug in the video? I do not even know exactly how I'm connected to the light with switches A and B, Plug version 1, 2 and 3. Will you help me? It's not a problem for me to get involved, I only need to know how.

 

Now I'm looking at it, the brown L on the original is the switch A from the light, but the supply is not there, so it would have to stretch there to be involved in the new scheme?

 

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De Brown wire on you second picture of the switch, is this going to the light? And de black and gray wire from the first picture of the switch is this going to second switch?

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Did you solve the problem?

 

I have the same issue and I can't do the correct connection

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