Current Scene: Basement - I have can lights in my basement. At the top of the stairs I have a switch that is wired w/ Black, White, Red and Ground (just a basic on/off switch). There is a set of neutral wires in a wire nut inside this box. At the bottom of the stairs, I have a switch w/ dimmer functionality (not a fancy switch, cheap basic dimmer switch) that has a Black, White, Red and Ground connected to the switch and there is not a neutral wire in the box. These are the only two switches that control the can lights.
I know the red wire is my traveler and ground is ground.
Not sure if this is applicable or not but I do have an electrical receptacle just below this switch.
I have 2 Inovelli switches (Gen 2 Black Dimmer - for bottom of stairs and a Gen 2 On/Off switch - for top of stairs).
This is where I’m stuck. If I had a neutral in the bottom of stair box, I would be golden.
What should be my best plan of action? Should l run a neutral from the top of stairs box (connect it to the existing neutral wires that are in a wire nut) to the bottom of stairs box that is missing a set of neutrals in the box?