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Tapo Direct
Seller · November 24, 2018
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Yes, it will work with 3-way circuits, but you will only be able to control the circuits form the Kasa switch. Wherever you install the Kasa switch, hook the both of the two corresponding wires of the old 3-way switch together with one of the black Kasa wires (best done with Wago nuts - google it!), and the other black… see more Yes, it will work with 3-way circuits, but you will only be able to control the circuits form the Kasa switch. Wherever you install the Kasa switch, hook the both of the two corresponding wires of the old 3-way switch together with one of the black Kasa wires (best done with Wago nuts - google it!), and the other black wire goes to the common terminal of the old switch. The other 3-way switch of the circuit is then useless, it switches from on to on. And, Kasa needs neutral (white wire) and ground (bare or green or green/yellow wire) -use Wagos there too! see less Yes, it will work with 3-way circuits, but you will only be able to control the circuits form the Kasa switch. Wherever you install the Kasa switch, hook the both of the two corresponding wires of the old 3-way switch together with one of the black Kasa wires (best done with Wago nuts - google it!), and the other black wire goes to the common terminal of the old switch. The other 3-way switch of the circuit is then useless, it switches from on to on. And, Kasa needs neutral (white wire) and ground (bare or green or green/yellow wire) -use Wagos there too!
Martin Gerber
· March 26, 2022
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Yes, our smart light switches require a neutral wire for successful installation and functionality.

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Yes, our smart light switches require a neutral wire for successful installation and functionality.

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TP-Link Support see less
Yes, our smart light switches require a neutral wire for successful installation and functionality.

Regards,
TP-Link Support

TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · August 1, 2019
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Yes, you can. I even tried to scare my wife by turning on and off the lights while she was at home and I was at work 😁 note: beware of consequence(s)
Jen
· October 22, 2019
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It does require some force, but it does unsnap.
JDM
· July 7, 2020
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Yes - you can conveniently remove the included face plate from the HS200 smart light switch and use it with an existing multi-gang face plate/switch box.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · August 25, 2021
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https://www.tp-link.com/us/support/faq/1390/
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https://www.tp-link.com/us/support/faq/1390/
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HS105(US), HS100(US), HS110(US), HS103(US), HS107(US), HS200(US), KP100(US), KP200(US), KP400(US),KC120(US), KC200(US), KC100(US)

100-120V son LB1XX(US), LB2XX(US), KL1XX(US), KB1XX(US), HS210(US), HS220(US), HS300(US),

Fabrizio Recalde
· September 20, 2019
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While technically possible to use the ground wire instead of neutral, doing so would not be up to code and would not pass an inspection. It may also have an unfavorable impact on any insurance claims you may have in case of a fire.
Mark
· February 23, 2022
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It’s Amazon they
Do deliver.

Edgar Barragan
· September 19, 2021
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Yes of course. Turning it off manually does not mean it turns the device off completely. You can use it manually as you would with a regular switch, through the app on your phone or through a voice assistant.
Alejandro J. Garcia
· June 29, 2019