I have a 4 way switch (middle of 3 switches controlling a light) which I need to replace with a switch+outlet combo. I purchased a standard switch+outlet combo but am unsure how to wire it, assuming I even have the right item.
The existing 4 way switch receptacle has 2 red and 2 black wires direclty conntect to the switch. There are also 2 white wires combined with a wire nut not attached to the switch.
The switch+outlet combo I got has 4 connection points: two hot (one labeled as common), Neutral and A1 (assume that's the load). The provided wiring diagram doens't deal with 4 way switch replacement.
So, is the item I bought going to work? If not, is there anything I can buy which would work for this situation so I can maintain the 4 way switch with an outlet in a single item?