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    existing 3 way circuit augmented with 3rd switch (pico remote)

    Apologies if this has been discussed elsewhere however I have a problem I need your help with.

    I have an existing 3 way circuit that I want to leave the physical location of the existing 2 switches remain in place, however I would like to add a 3rd switch location where I can mount the pico remote.
    Is this a viable option with the caseta set up. Ultimately I want 3 switch locations where I was hoping I could leave 1 existing 3 way switch, 1 caseta switch, and 1 pico remote. Perhaps I have misunderstood the application of the caseta options. your advice would be much appreciated.


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    The PD-10NXD dimmer will work with a single, mechanical 3-way switch. The Pico isn't physically connected to the 10NXD or 3-way so you can have as many as you want. See advanced instruction link below for details.
    Convergence Technologies Raleigh, North Carolina

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    Thank you randyc - this looks like exactly what I am looking for. Much appreciated.

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