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Is this a workable VLAN configuration?

192.168.1.14 VLAN1: PORT 1 (U) ... VLAN3: PORT 1 (U) ... PORT 1 Router 192.168.1.254 That won't work. To trunk both VLANs to the router you'll need to tag at least one of them. One ...
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Made a VLAN on the switch. How to distribute the Internet to it? Is a bridge necessary or how is it done? (CLI interface)

Based on your question you have some kind of router (connecting you to the Internet) and L3 switch with VLAN X and this works. This mean that you router have route to the ISP, and your L3 switch have ...
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Made a VLAN on the switch. How to distribute the Internet to it? Is a bridge necessary or how is it done? (CLI interface)

A VLAN is (more or less) like a virtual switch - VLANs partition a physical switch (infrastructure) into multiple, distinct layer-2 broadcast domains. To enable inter-VLAN communication you require a ...
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Do VLANs within a subnet need to have their own subnet for router on a stick?

You are thinking about it backwards. It is not: I have 3 vlans in subnet A Rather, for example, think about it as: I have 3 subnets in VLAN 1. Remember VLAN's are to be thought of as physical ...
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Routing VLANs to Firewall Ports

Your current topology is exactly as it should be. You don’t need layer 3 switch functions. You don’t add complexity just because it’s a waste of it’s power.
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VLAN and firewall interconnection

You haven't specified which kind of firewall you're using, so we can only provide general advice. You can either use a separate connection for each VLAN between the central switch and the firewall - ...
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