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Old 04-09-2007, 01:55 PM  
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Default Where to get non standard size switch plates

I did some kitchen remodeling and was going to replace the switch covers. It seems that instead of installing two switches in a single 4x4 box the previous owners added another 2x4 box next to the original single box. Now a standard 2 switch cover won't fit. I am not going to tear these out at this point and was wondering if there is a place to find a switch cover that will fit or if I'm going to have to fabricate something. The old switch cover is two standard single covers spliced together and covered with wallpaper and I don't plan on reusing them.

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