Hi guy's and gall's. I have fallen into a bit of a conundrum. While wanting to install a double switch for the fan and light, I fell upon something I have never see before. Apart from removing some hardware and gyp rock, I can't be sure, but my multimeter doesn't lie. So, my problem is within the walls or ceiling. In the switch receptacle, all is kosher. White=neutral and black=load. Any idiot can understand that. Have Red, white and black fly wire going to the two loads, which are fan and lighting. This is where it gets funny. Pulled apart the ceiling receptacles and no red wire to be found, hence I cannot separate the two loads. Independently, I am getting 115isvolts on the red and the black. Somewhere along the line, someone spliced the two together. A double switch should not be hard to install. All you need is a load and a neutral, the switch does the rest. At the receptacles in the ceiling, fan has white and black, Lighting has white and black. No red load wire to be seen. Unless I am crazy, can somebody tell me where that red wire went and why do I have 115v on it? A split circuit like this always or should use a three wire harness. Red for load (example=fan) Black for load (example= lighting) an white for neutral. WTF??? What am I missing here, or did some crazy under the table guy just hooked this up and slapped drywall over his shoddy work??