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Old 05-13-2015, 06:00 PM   #1
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My sweetie wants ALL the outlets changed

from white to black on this coach any idea where we can find them?
We need
four of the single toggle switches and covers
1 of the double toggle switch and cover
9 of the 110 double square outlet
1 of the triple cover
and 4 of the triple cover and hot water light combo...

thanks in advance... I have pics of them below
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I might think about spray paint . Then sweetie could have any color she wanted
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Old 05-13-2015, 06:27 PM   #3
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Goggle, Black Electrical outlet, there are lots to chose from.
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Goggle, Black Electrical outlet, there are lots to chose from.

He says outlets, but it looks like he wants switches also.
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Threaten to hawk here wedding and engagement ring to pay for the change .
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Google , Kyle electrical switches and outlets.
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Paint the housings and not the switchs. This will save $ and all the switchs will still work as is.
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JR Products has the switches; looks pretty darn close to what you have. \ken

http://www.amazon.com/JR-Products-12...bxgy_263_img_z
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Paint the housings and not the switchs. This will save $ and all the switchs will still work as is.
+1 Get spray paint specially formulated for plastic.
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Wow, thanks for all the responses ! Great crowd here
(or have all of you HAD to do this too ?!?)

The JR products look like it's a match for 6 of them, leaving me 13 others to find - will contact them for options...

but I actually thought about sanding, priming, painting, and protecting with a matte clear but didn't think it would hold up well...

Maybe my research will take so long her focus will be distracted to some other "MUST HAVE"
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When we first got our 'almost-perfect' coach, I do admit that we did some of the same kind of things to make it the 'perfect coach'. Fast-forward 9 years and I'm lucky to find the time/money to keep the beast running.... (uhhh, the 'coach' not the wife!)

Good luck with the colored switch/plate hunt. I second the idea of plastic paint.
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Maybe my research will take so long her focus will be distracted to some other "MUST HAVE"
NOW we're thinkin'!!!
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Outlets

Be forewarned - the receptacles are tough to work on. They make a special tool to install them. You can do it without the tool, but it is difficult. They press together and crimp around the romex all in one motion.
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