Make turning on the lights fun! This design features a sillcock (garden hose knob) that you simply turn in order to dim or brighten your lights. It also features an opening for a rocker or decora switch.
This light switch comes fully assembled with the electrical dimmer components already attached. PLEASE NOTE, UNLIKE MY OTHER LIGHT SWITCH COVERS, THESE DIMMERS REQUIRE SOME ELECTRICAL WIRING IN ORDER TO INSTALL THEM. Your order includes instructions for installation, although I recommend that installations be completed by a qualified electrician.
The dimmer switches are rated for 150W LED, 150 CFL, 600W Incandescent and 120 AC, 60Hz. They are single pole Rotary Dimmers.
The steel plate measures 4 ¾ inches tall by 4 ¼ inches wide. Levers extend 4 ¾ inches from the wall.
Built to last and made in the USA from CNC plasma-cut 1/4 inch steel plates.Please allow 3-5 business days before items ship. Custom orders or very large orders may take longer.
5-7 business days
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
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Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
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Light switches should be oiled (I prefer to use WD40) at least once a year in order to prevent rusting.
My light switches with levers ONLY work with toggle switches (the kind you flick up and down with your finger). It's easy to change from a dimmer or other type of light switch to a toggle switch.
Any properly installed and functioning light switch has a safety ground. There should be no dangerous voltages anywhere near a properly functioning switch. The toggle switch itself is plastic, which is also an insulator. Whenever you are working with electricity, however, it’s always a good idea to turn off the breaker and double check your wires to make sure the insulation on your wiring is intact, and that the ground is connected to the switch. If the copper wire is exposed, or if the insulation is cut, you could get a shock due to faulty wiring.
Before installing, please ensure that your current light switches are functioning properly, that your switch is grounded, and that there are no loose wire connections.