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Help on low voltage light switches

Posted by Ray Holaday on August 27th, 2002 09:40 AM
In reply to Help on low voltage light switches by Jay Johnston on February 13th, 2000 01:30 AM [Go to top of thread]

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My home was built in 1963 using low voltage switches for all ceiling electricals. Wall mounted light switches are connected to relays in the basement. I do not have a problem buying replacement relays; but, I cannot find any electrical distributor or contractor who currently handly replacements for low voltage (rocker) switches. If anyone can help, I would appreciate it. Further, in this corner of Michigan, I cannot find an electrician/ contractor who has ever worked with such systems or even wants to work on such a system; now 40 years old. I have two banks of 12 relays in two different locations in the basement; poorly labeled. Discovery is my method of repair and replacement.

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