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Thursday, January 17, 2008


This is really a continuation of Tuesdays post. These are not actually just buttons, but air switches to turn on your disposer.

Let me retreat a little in order to explain....

Traditionally you place a switch on the wall or under the sink in order to activate the disposer. If you are planning an island or a long galley, there may not be room.

Thus, you install a switch on the counter with the electrical underneath. Look at Tuesdays post for a better idea of a practical application.

Button Switch

Button Switch 2

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