o I have my house set up for a lot of smart home items, and I wanted to get some overhead lights attached to a smart switch. I had some TP-Link and Kasa bulbs and plugs, so I bought the HS200 switch to replace one of the two switches that control the 3 overhead lights.
Background: showbox Three 3-bulb overhead lights are controlled by 2 switches. One of the switches is on its own, and this is the one I would like to replace with the smart switch. The second switch is on a panel that also has 2 sliders. One for an overhead fan, and the other for the lights on that fan.
The home was owned by a licensed electrician, and we are finding out that actually means all the wiring is half-assed and none of the wiring is completely standard. So far, I have been able to figure out most of the wiring problems, but this one is throwing me off.