07:15AM | 03/16/09
Member Since: 03/15/09
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Do you still have these switch plate covers? Could you send me the styles and prices?



08:01AM | 03/16/09
Member Since: 07/27/08
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We carry GE Low voltage switchplates in dozens of wood species that will accommodate 1 to 6 switches. Check out:
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08:15AM | 03/16/09
Member Since: 03/02/08
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I have a very limited supply of the original GE switch plates. You can contact me at: [email protected]
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07:24AM | 04/07/09
Member Since: 04/06/09
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We had some switches similar to what you are describing. I found these to be well made and easily repaired if they are just pushed in too hard and lose their contact ability. You can take them apart carefully and bend the copper contacts back so they make a better contact and clean the surface with some emery paper. If the actual rocker broke, that may be a different issue. Has anyone posted a photo of these switches?


07:38AM | 04/07/09
Member Since: 04/06/09
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I saw some of the photos attached. I am referring to a different type of switch that is repairable. It is an older(?) style rocker type switch. These button switches are not familiar to me.


07:44AM | 04/07/09
Member Since: 03/02/08
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Are these the type of switch that you want?
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06:12PM | 07/10/09
Member Since: 07/09/09
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I am interested in purchasing a few old GE low voltage switchplates. Does anyone one have any good used ones??? If so get me pictures,prices,condition and an email address to respond to.


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06:19PM | 07/10/09
Member Since: 03/02/08
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I have new and like new switch plates. I charge $15.00 ea. with $7.00 shipping and insurance.

I also have a large selection of new "old stock" RFS switches. RFS-7, RFS-7 & RFS-8.

You can reach me at: [email protected]
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09:27AM | 08/07/09
Member Since: 07/23/09
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I have two low voltage transformers, one in the basement, and one in the gargage. My house was built at the end the 50's. I am assuming the equipment is that old. I have been having trouble with one of the transformers. Are transformers still manufactured, and can I purchase a replacement? Are the Rocker Switches still available too?
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