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Wed, May 12, 2010 at 7:50:45 PM | 1 Group of Lights, 2 Switches

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Does anyone know how to add 2 switches to a group of lights.  I need a switch at each door to work together in controlling the lights in that room.  Assigning 1 switch to a group of lights is easy, but when I try to add a second switch, it disconnects the first one. 

Your help is always appreciated.

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