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/Change the box # 2 has 1) black, white, red 2) black, white 3) black, white. How do I wire all in a 3-way switch?

I replace the switches for the light room, Switch # 1 has 2 wires (black, red, white) (black, white). Switch # 2 has 3 wires (black, red, white) (black, white) (black, white). How do I connect all cables to switch # 2? I'm using a 3-way switch, is this correct?

If you have a meter, check the power you are getting. I will assume (silly me) that the box with three wires is the power supply. I just assume because two 2-wire with wire of the three that probably means the power in power for more than 3 threads. If that's the case, the spiral of the two 2 black wires together and place spiral into the black or "common" screw the 3-way switch. Take the red thread of the three and put it under one of the brass screws and take the black of the three wires and placed under the brass screw of others. NUT Twist and the three whites together. Table # 1 of the targets must be twisted together wirenuted, the black of the cables of the two is in black or "common" screw and wires red and black wires are the three brass screws. Understand, this is assuming the power supply that is in the box # 2 … Hope this helps ….

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