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#69981 - 09/26/06 07:42 PM Dimmers  
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Does any know of a nice package for controlling 1 light with a 3-way 4-way 3-way dimmers at each location. Thanks sparks30


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#69982 - 09/26/06 09:08 PM Re: Dimmers  
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I would use a Lutron Meistro. You use one dimmer and can use up to 9 multi-location switches.


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#69983 - 09/27/06 12:31 AM Re: Dimmers  
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Cooper has a new line called "Aspire" that does the same thing for a bit less money. Once you blow one or two of the remotes, then you learn how to actually read the supplied instruction sheet, they aren't half bad. Dont ask me how I know all these wonderful things that I know about.



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