09:47AM | 03/28/05
Member Since: 03/27/05
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Our house has an old GE low-voltage electrical system. Several rocker switches have worn out, and we're looking for replacements.

We've struck out locally and in online searches, and we're getting desperate because we're trying to put the house on the market. Does anyone have ideas for finding replacement parts?

Thanks for any help you can offer.


03:05PM | 04/13/05
Member Since: 04/12/05
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I had a similar issue, I found what I was looking for at they have a wide assortment of switches and controllers and they have the best prices I have found in the area. Someone else recommended this site before and it helped me, so I hope it helps you.


09:42AM | 04/06/08
Member Since: 03/02/08
21 lifetime posts
I have the GE Low Voltage lighting in my home and have been collecting switches and plates covers for the past ten years. They are expensive and hard to find, but I have many replacement parts. Please let me know if you are still looking.




04:09PM | 04/06/08
Member Since: 04/05/08
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How do I get hold of snowberrysales to get dimentions of the switches. I need some, and it looks like the one on the left of teh picture might be the one.


04:14PM | 04/06/08
Member Since: 03/02/08
21 lifetime posts

You can reach me

This is a lightly used (like new) ORIGINAL of the very hard to find 1950-1960's Low Voltage GE Mini-Rockers switchplate. Screws are NOT included and items are sold as "as is". These plates have not been produced for years, and are very hard to come by. The price ($25.00) includes very careful packing and shipping.

I also have double and triple switchplates, used and new rocker switches, brand new in the box relays.


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