New Style Horizontal Two Snap In Device GE Low Voltage Switch Plates
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General Electric RS series switches snap into front of wall plates.
GE low voltage switches simply clip into the front of Snap-In Low Voltage wall plates.
Low Voltage Switch Plate Cover for 2 Stacked General Electric SwitchesSingle gang double device opening newer snap in GE low voltage wall plate switch plates for covering 2 newer GE snap-in device in a 1 gang electrical box. Choose this wall plate if you are using newer style GE snap-in electrical devices mounted by snapping into the wall plate device opening. Original style GE straps and devices are no longer manufactured.
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My old low voltage switches are mounted in a frame that is screwed directly into the wall Sheetrock. Can I replace them with these New Style switchplates and the new replacement GE low voltage switches?
Because these switch plates are designed to screw directly into an electrical box (box mount screw hole spacing), you will not be able to use them unless you install a box. The new switches clip right into the front of the cover plate, eliminating the need for the frame which you are currently using for wall mounting. If you are keeping your old switches and straps but just need a new cover, look for "Original Style" switch plates.
My home was built in 1954 and has plastic low voltage switch plates that are mounted horizontally in the wall (switchplate is wider than it is tall) with the switches rocking vertically to turn on and off. Can I still use this coverplate?
Yes, as long as the electric box is oriented to match the layout you are currently using (mounting screws holes at the sides rather than at top and bottom), these will work. The new low voltage switches work by pushing one button on and the other off (which is marked on the switch itself), so your functionality can remain the same.
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