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#27720 - 07/30/03 12:08 PM blank plates
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i swear arlington sold a smooth (no screw holes) blank plate....


any help for the surf-challenged appreciated

thanx
~Steve aka sparky

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#27721 - 07/30/03 01:49 PM Re: blank plates
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If you are talking about a round ceiling cap up; one with a claw type bracket or some sort of bracket that you first bolted in, I believe they did. I tried looking in my paper Arlington catalog, but now I can't find THAT either. I don't think you are misteken , but look who is agreeing with you. Perhaps DID would now be the operative word.

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#27722 - 07/30/03 02:14 PM Re: blank plates
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#27723 - 07/30/03 02:17 PM Re: blank plates
ThinkGood Offline
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Threadjack:

Anybody make a 3-gang plate, 2 "decora" and 1 blank?

For example:


[This message has been edited by ThinkGood (edited 07-30-2003).]

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#27724 - 07/30/03 03:17 PM Re: blank plates
Bjarney Offline
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TG — Three options…
 
http://www.passandseymour.com/pdf/R22.pdf ‘sectional’ plates http://www.passandseymour.com/pdf/R31.pdf 1-gang “236” dummy filler {use with 3-gang "Moderna" plate}
http://www.passandseymour.com/pdf/R36.pdf Mega-Deeluxxe Ultra Custom


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#27725 - 07/31/03 02:45 AM Re: blank plates
sparky Offline
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thanks ThinkGood

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#27726 - 07/31/03 03:00 AM Re: blank plates
zapped208 Offline
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sparky,- Arlington still makes the 4" round blank cover you are looking for.Their plant is only 20 miles from where I live.
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#27727 - 07/31/03 04:10 AM Re: blank plates
ThinkGood Offline
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zapped208:

Go grab some samples!

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#27728 - 07/31/03 04:54 PM Re: blank plates
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Sparky;

I have one of those 3540 blanks in stock if you want it.

~Ange

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#27729 - 07/31/03 06:05 PM Re: blank plates
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gotta get that account started there i guess...

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