Re: Light switch on door frames4
Mar 13, 2015 1:44 pm
You are not. However it will require some work. You will be best to replace one side of the architrave. Also there will be a bit of work to move the wire across esp if they elec hasnt left enough lag in the cables.
Re: Light switch on door frames6
Mar 13, 2015 2:39 pm
have a look at the clispal website. Depends on what you mean by modern.
I have happy with my clipsel c2000 as I know they will be around for a while to come. Others want ones that light up but for me thats more things to stop working.
Re: Light switch on door frames9
Mar 13, 2015 3:00 pm
https://www.clipsal.com/Home-Owner/Prod ... hes/Styles
it seems to be here
Re: Light switch on door frames12
Mar 13, 2015 8:19 pm
All electrical work needs to be done by a licensed electrician. If you do your own plumbing and it fails you get wet, if do electrical work and it fails someone potentially dies.
To do what you want is easy for an electrician, it looks like the switches are at latch height so there is enough slack so they could be moved up to the standard 1300 high and cut into the gyprock.
Its then just a case of patching the arc if your plan is to repaint, or replacing if you are staining.
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