Dec 11, 2007 8:43 pm
Does anyone know where we can get metal faceplate covers for the switches and power point, after thought should have changed the at pre start but forgot. Have google but my google skills (which arn't that great) came up with nothing
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Re: light face plate covers2
Dec 11, 2007 8:52 pm
Bunnings have stocks of the HPM range of metallic covers. Otherwise electrical wholesalers should have a better range in Clipsal and other brands etc. (not sure what brand you have or what profile)
Bunnings in Melb are discounting the HPM gold range at the moment. Again not sure what colour(s) you are after either.
I know you're not over here, but it could be worth a look over there.
Check out the websites for HPM and Clipsal to check what you currently have.
Re: light face plate covers3
Dec 11, 2007 9:53 pm
Pop into Lawrence and Hanson, PR Electrical or rexel and they should all have what you need.
They are wholesalers who also sell retail.
L&H have pretty large warehouses, that you can walk around in and check it out.
We use them all - but I find L&H the best for service, helpful and stock - if it's not there - they'll ring around the country to find it and truck it the next day.
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