I'm not sure what you're looking for, but this is a illegal threeway.
Tie the hot to a traveler terminal, the neutral to a traveler terminal, run the common to the light. Do the same at the other switch. Both commons from each switch go to the light, hot and neutral run between switchs and are tied to the traveler terminals only.
[This message has been edited by russ m (edited 03-25-2003).]
Re: Old 3way switched neutrals#23687 03/25/0305:41 PM03/25/0305:41 PM
This is what we here in the northeast call a HOT 3-way. Most common place you will find this type of 3-way set up is at dairy farms with a center pole service, and there is a set of floods on the pole and milk house. The 3-ways are fed at the house and from the barn panels. Russ M has the correct wiring of the 3-ways. The 3-ways MUST be fed from the same phase at house and barn. So when working on this type of set up, you must turn off power at house and the barn.
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Re: Old 3way switched neutrals#23688 03/25/0309:31 PM03/25/0309:31 PM