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    Any change a RD-RD remote dimmer would work with a basic Maestro MACL-153M?

    Hi everyone, just curious I have a bunch of MACL-153M which I know in a 3 way the manual says can work using an existing switch as the remote one. It then lists Lutron models which of course doesn't include the RD-RD but I have like 5 of them from my RA2 install at my house (this is now for my cottage). Just wondering if I can make use of the RD-RD as a remote dimmer with a non RA2 Maestro dimmer. Thanks!

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    According to Lutron if you do this the world will end. In reality it should work fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by evankirkhart View Post
    According to Lutron if you do this the world will end. In reality it should work fine.
    That explains 2020!
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