Ok, I have some wiring that does not match the diagrams on the instructions or the ones on the inovelli site.
I have a light that has two switches controlling it. I cannot get to the light to see the wiring there. At each switch, there is only ONE cable going to the switch, nothing going out.
Switch A - black, red, white wire. No other wires, nothing hidden behind the box.
Switch B - black, red, white wire. No other wires, nothing hidden behind the box.
The wires were not twisted nor marked as to indicate what is what. On both switches, the black wires went to the common terminal, the red wire was located at the terminal directly underneath, and the white wire is on the opposite side of the switch.
With all of the wires disconnected from both switches, I found Switch A black wire to be power. Then, with all the wires at switch A wrapped around each other and power back on, I found switch B to have no reading at the black, and the white and red wires to have readings. I was told this means the black wire on this switch is the load, and the others are travelers.
I have the red series dimmer gen 2 and a GE enbrighten add on switch. I was not able to get the switches to work with each other. Out of curiosity, I did wire up the red series as switch A with the old dumb switch as switch B. Switch B is wired as black to common, red below it, white on opposite side of switch.
Do I have a wiring situation that will not work, or will I have to use two red series switches, or will I need to cap off the wires in switch B and cover the wall plate?
I made a poor diagram of what my results were, just incase it would help. When Switch B is flipped down, the black and white show voltage and nothing at the red. In this position switch A has power. When I flip switch B up, only the white has voltage, black and red have nothing - and switch A completely loses power - the light turns off and the LED on the inovelli turns off.