Lutron Caseta System: Additional Dimmers: In this video we teach you how to wire a smart light switch with …


18 thoughts on “How To Wire A Smart Light Switch With No Neutral Wire”

  1. You seriously need to change your title to this video because all it is doing is confusing people… instead your title needs to say something like, *Installation of light switche that work that don't require neutral wire".

  2. I have a smart switch that needs a neutral wire. How do I write that? Tell me again how this video answers the very thing you're advertising. It doesn't, so change the title to Buy Another Light Switch That Doesn't Require a Neutral Wire, Like This One.

  3. One thing I never see in these videos or the manufacturer’s instructions is that you need a bigger box due to the extra depth and width of the smart switch. IT IS CODE. A 20 cubic inch box cannot be stuffed with 19 cubic inches of switch and wire. There are some good calculators on line such as that has a chart for easy reference that you can use to determine if your box is to small, as well as, the cubic inch designations of everything else in the box such as wire nuts, clamps and wire it self. This is a link to the article

  4. This is great, I did not know Lutron had a version without the neutral. Is it only the dimmer version? I need a standard switch. the one I bought has a required neutral wire.

  5. Thanks for the video. I tried putting in the Costco Feit dimmer switch today and could not get it to work after connecting and reconnecting the wires. I finally figured out that the second black wire in my box was not a neutral but a load. So the switch won’t work as it requires a neutral. Gonna buy these Lutron ones you recommended to get the smart switches in my house.

  6. Thank you very good video. I have a older home and I ran my neutral wire for two switches for another brand and wow. I much rather pay more for a brand that doesn’t require that of me again lol.

  7. Are there any dimmers that connect to a HUE Hub without a Nuetral wire? I've already got a hue system set up and don't want spend the money and space to add a second Hub system.

  8. Key statement here. “How to wire a smart switch that does not require a neutral wire” If your switch needs a neutral, you will still need a neutral wire.

  9. I’ve got 4 led ceiling lights connected connected to my smart switch similar to the setup here. The lights are slightly flickering even though I’ve installed a 0.33uF capacitor which came with the switch. I was thinking to put a bigger capacitor in hope of solving the issue. Any thoughts?

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