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    Three-Way Switch - Line & Load in Same Switch Box

    I would greatly appreciate some help with this configuration. I had it working before we remodeled our kitchen but did not take a picture of the wiring. In short, the Line and Load are in the same switch box and a three-way runs to the second switch box. Using WA100 in the box with line/load and companion switch on the other end. Thank in advance for your help. Click image for larger version

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    #2
    is this a z wave 3 way switch?

    if it is, what model? if Not and its not interfacing with home seer see attached picture. If its a zwave or zigbee what model? Click image for larger version

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      #3
      for z wave utltra for example you need the ground, Click image for larger version

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        #4
        I don’t know what a WA100 is, possibly the accessory. Guessing the switch is is an HS-WS100/200 or WD100/200. Regardless, this device goes into the box with line and load and is wired as a single switch. Connect th3 White going to the second box with all the white (neutral) connected to the white wires in the line/load box. Connect the red to the traveler input for the switch and leave the black disconnected. In the companion box, cap off the black, connect the white to the companion neutral and the red to the traveler output. The companion switch doesn’t need line, it only places a pure resistive value for top press and a different value for bottom press between traveler and neutral.
        HS4 Pro, 4.2.19.0 Windows 10 pro, Supermicro LP Xeon

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          #5
          Thanks for the quick responses. For clarification I am using a HS-WA200+ small switch and HS-WA100+ companion switch.

          Randy, I thought I tried this configuration but will try it again and report back.

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            #6
            Worked. I had a bad switch. Thanks guys!

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