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Old 03-13-2015, 10:20 PM   #1
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"Wall Mounted Switch".........

Can anyone recommend a source for "Surface/Mount" wiring hardware? .......I would like to install a wall mounted switch to control an existing bedroom ceiling light......Thanks
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Old 03-13-2015, 10:33 PM   #2
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Did this in our 08 Flagstaff to control the existing ceiling light.

http://store.lightningswitch.com/sto...irein_receiver
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Old 03-14-2015, 08:46 AM   #3
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Did this in our 08 Flagstaff to control the existing ceiling light.

Lightning Low Voltage Set (USA)- Toggle Transmitter + 12V DC Wire-In Receiver
Wow! ....just what the doctor ordered! .......yup, mine is a 2011 Rockwood (Flagstaff same)......OEM, TWO ceiling lights in the bath, each with it's own wall switch & then in the bedroom you have to reach up & over the bed & hope you can get to the ceiling light switch ......I do have to wonder,
"Who signs/off on this final production plan"...... thank you so much for the link & the trouble of posting the pics. ......
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... then in the bedroom you have to reach over the bed & hope you can reach the ceiling light switch...
That was our situation also. On our 12 Flagstaff, FR fixed the problem and wired a switch on the outside br wall for the oh light.
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Can I assume correctly, in the link you provided for the wireless switch; ....the transmitter is replaceable battery powered & the receiver is RV 12v powered? ......Thanks again
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Can I assume correctly, in the link you provided for the wireless switch; ....the transmitter is replaceable battery powered & the receiver is RV 12v powered? ......Thanks again
The transmitter is piezo and doesn't need power. The receiver is powered by the light supply. Very good no-maintenance device.
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The transmitter is piezo and doesn't need power. The receiver is powered by the light supply. Very good no-maintenance device.
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