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Does anyone have one of these that they would be willing to part with? I need one for a 3way/standard switch setup above the bench in my workshop. Doesn't matter what color it is, as long as it's the correct type.


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I don't know if i am speaking in right track anyway the P&S [ Pass and Seymour ] do still making the device cover you been describing i am not sure if your electrical supply centre may have one on hand sometime they will find a way to get rid of very oddball items and not too many stock this around anymore but i know few guys on east coast use it alot so i will leave this post open until some east coaster get in here with correct info they can help ya with it

Merci , Marc


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Yes they are still available, my supply house carries them. They are a P&S distributor. If you can't find one I could hook you up with them even tho I'm in Arizona. I run across these in rewires. They are always caked over so bad with paint I just smash them with my linemans to get them out of my way. Sorry I didn't know you needed one!

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Paint caking doesn't matter to me really, As long as there's two standard openings for the device.


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You can usually find those in Ace Hardware stores. They are not cheap though.

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hmm, there's an Ace one town over. I'll look for one there.


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Ace did not have this plate. neither did the True Value homecenter next door. frown


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Cliff, I have an ivory Sierra plate. If you want it, send me a private message with your address and I'll mail it to you.

steve


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stamcon

Message sent. And thanks! Already installed the two switches (wanted to relocate a threeway on my workbench for the ceiling lighting, and the box I decided to use had a SP switch for the ceiling fan.)


Cliff

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