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Ramblin' Dan's Workshop Blog

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Nifty Line Switch

6957064555110I went to Lowe's to buy an electrical plug to repair my desk lamp. There was an open in the wiring right at the molded on plug. Easy repair.

While I was looking in the store bins for the suitable repair plug, I found this item. I didn't know it existed.

For all the tools I have with a plug and no switch, (soldering irons, hot glue guns, a jewelry polish tumbler) where I have to pull the plug to turn it off... WOW! This is great! Things I would like to leave plugged in but turn off when not using.

Only two conductor, but not intended for heavy duty appliances. The switch is lighted when on!

I will buy several more...

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