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I'm trying to replace old 3 gang light switch to new smart light switch.
It's a single pole with one breaker (switch board).

Smart switch requires 4 wires (black, red, green and white)
but my old switch only have 3 wires (black, black and green)

I connected black(top) to red(line) and black(bottom) to Black(load).
There are 4 white(neutral) wires, but I only have 3 lights...
I think the middle wire nut is traveler wire, but I'm not sure.

Am I doing this right?

 

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It say neutral beside the white wires, hook them to the neutrals in the back of the box.
You have 3 switches and a power cable so you would have 4 white neutrals before.
 

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It say neutral beside the white wires, hook them to the neutrals in the back of the box.
You have 3 switches and a power cable so you would have 4 white neutrals before.
I don't understand what you mean, can I just hook all 7 wires using a large wire nut? or push connector?
 
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