This receptacle can typically be found in living room and bedroom wall outlets. One of these may be controlled with a switch and/or wired to other receptacles in the circuit. For a 15 amp receptacle like this, 14/2 cable with ground should be used to feed the circuit.
Here a receptacle is added to the circuit before the first switch. It is not controlled with the switches but is instead always hot. The source hot, neutral and ground are spliced to a 2-wire cable that runs to the new outlet. The 3 way switches and light are then wired in the usual way with the common on SW2 spliced to the source hot and the light hot wired to the common on SW1.
At SW1 the white wire is wrapped with black tape and run through to the common on SW2 using the white wire at each switch. At the lights the white wire from SW2 is spliced to the hot terminal on each fixture. The black and red wires running between the switches serve as the travelers for the circuit. At the 4 way the travelers from SW1 connect to T1 and T2 connect to the travelers for SW2.
The diagrams on this page illustrate connecting multiple lights in 3 way and 4 way switch circuits. Check below for more details about these circuits and some troubleshooting tips.
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