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switchhits

08:16AM | 07/28/08
Member Since: 07/27/08
3 lifetime posts
We do have switchplates for GE Low voltage systems on switchhits.com. The link above, http://www.switchhits.com/switchplates-ge-low-voltage-system.html, is correct. We have 16 different woods available from Pine and Oak to exotic woods like Bubinga and Lacewood. Switch covers are available in 1 to 6 device configurations. Matching switch and outlet covers are also available in these woods for current switches and outlets.
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bntarrow

09:27AM | 10/06/08
Member Since: 10/05/08
1 lifetime posts
Ge low voltage wiring was purchased by Pass & Seymour. Their part # for a white single pole switch is 1091W

You should be able to find a P&S dealer in your area

Good Luck

joshwarlick

04:14PM | 10/12/08
Member Since: 10/11/08
1 lifetime posts
I would like to buy two single switch cover plates. please contact me at josh.warlick@shawinc.com

switchhits

05:12AM | 10/13/08
Member Since: 07/27/08
3 lifetime posts
Hi,

We at Switch Hits have switchplates for GE low voltage switches in 1 to 6 switch configurations. See:

http://www.switchhits.com/switchplates-ge-low-voltage-system.html
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dcjones69

10:06AM | 12/15/08
Member Since: 12/14/08
3 lifetime posts
I am looking for RFS 6 ivory switches and straps and single double and triple plates in ivory. Also any pass and seymour 1070B relays anyone has for sale. Thanks Dusty, dcjones69@hotmail.com

dcjones69

10:06AM | 12/15/08
Member Since: 12/14/08
3 lifetime posts
I am looking for RFS 6 ivory switches and straps and single double and triple plates in ivory. Also any pass and seymour 1070B relays anyone has for sale. Thanks Dusty, dcjones69@hotmail.com

snowberrysales

10:14AM | 12/15/08
Member Since: 03/02/08
21 lifetime posts
I have RFS-6 switches...both new and used ones. I also have the metal straps. And, I have the original switch plates...many are new or look like new. You can reach me at: lklavano@yahoo.com
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Billhart

12:36PM | 12/15/08
Member Since: 04/25/05
1915 lifetime posts
They both have a complete line of parts.

I think that the GE is available from an GE industrial electric distributor, but one one line source is Dale.

http://www.dale-electric.com/pdf/page011.pdf

http://www.passandseymour.com/pdf/T13-T15.pdf

http://www.passandseymour.com/pdf/T11-T12.pdf

I am not sure about the GE, but with the P&S you need to also get a mounting strap.

But the P&S uses Depard mounting patterns which is "commonly" available from 3rd party switchplate companies.

http://www.wallplatewarehouse.com/?gclid=CO-H8IHRw5cCFSJIagod1BNvRw

GE switches and thus the coverplates have a non-standard cutout.

In both cases you will need to go to an electrical supply house and most likely special order.

And many of the clerks won't know what you are talking about so you will need to talk them through it.

It helps to print out the catalog pages and take it with you.

dcjones69

04:09AM | 12/18/08
Member Since: 12/14/08
3 lifetime posts
Just so everyone here knows, I purchased some switches and switch plates from Snowberrysales here on this forum. Recieved in two days. Very reliable guy. So have faith if you want to make a purchase.
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