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#21611 - 02/06/03 06:32 PM Help finding a switch
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Registered: 01/09/02
Posts: 12
Loc: Detroit,MI, USA
Hello,

I am trying to find a dual single pole lighted switch. The kind with one switch on top of the other that flips side ways.
I would like one of the switches to have a light when it is off. I found a Levition Decora style, but I would like the normal kind not the Decora. Do they make this?
Thanks,

Static

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#21612 - 02/06/03 11:40 PM Re: Help finding a switch
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yes they do make it i know one companie is eagle eletric co i dont rember the web address but i know they do make it and pass and seymour do make it my best thing to do is stop at one of electal suppy centre and maybe they can find one on the shelf and mind that the cost is not really cheap for this version i did got one with both upper et lower toggle switch in 3 WAY !!! that is the toughest one to find

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#21613 - 02/07/03 03:44 PM Re: Help finding a switch
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Every device manufacturer makes a combo switch. The problem is going to be finding one with lighted toggles.

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