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#163167 - 05/02/07 08:45 PM Pass & Seymour switches
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I have been using P&S devices for years. One thing that kind of bugs me though, their specialty switches don't come with a grounding screw. There is a hole, but it isn't tapped. So you have to bend the tab with the hole out far enough to get your triple tap in there and crank out some threads, then bend the tab back and put your own screw in.

Has anyone else noticed this? I can't understand why they do this. I am thinking of changing brands.
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