hi - looked and did not see a similar posting - so:
I have lights in an upstairs hallway/balcony (open to main floor below) that are controlled by two 3-way switches; one at the top of the stairs and other at the end of the "hall/balcony". Problem is I don't have a switch at the bottom of the stairs. There is no easy way to run wire at this point. I found Leviton IR remote switches that may help but it is single pole wiring. If I get this right, it seems as though I can wire the one transmitter switch in the top-of-the-stairs location and then have two remote switches -- one where the other 3-way was (end of hall) and a new one at the bottom of the stairs. Issue is how do I wire the one transmitter switch which is single-pole where the previous wiring is for a 3-way? And can I just wire nut the other 3-way switch's wires inside the box to bypass it, or do some need to be connected to act other?