|Fig.1 Dirty plate|
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Wall switch white plate
Rue Phon hired my repair service to replace his garage wall switch plate. He owned a beautiful home overlooking Azusa Hills, California.
This post shows the four steps to replacing dirty switch plates with new ones.
Step 1: Above right fig.1 shows the dirty plate and the new packaged wall plate.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the outer plastic covering being removed, watch out for the screws.
|Fig.2 Remove plate |
|Fig.3 New plate |
had screws covers
|Fig.4 New plate |
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