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Narrow Push Button Light Switch Dimmers - Single Pole 600 Watt

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Trimmed old-fashioned electrical push switch light dimmer 600W. Maintain the architectural style of Victorian or Craftsman era homes with this narrow authentic reproduction light dimmer for push button systems. Specifically designed for installation next to another dimmer, ceiling fan control or GFCI outlet. Fits in a push button switch plate.


  • 600 watt (derated to 400 watt), 125 volt
  • bottom knob has smooth turning action for fading lights
  • sturdy single-pole switch, knobs spaced 0.963" apart on centers
  • trimmed dimmer switches can only be used for 400 watts because it is cut to fit next to another dimmer or non-mechanical switching device in a multiple gang electrical box
  • S90DM6CUT by Classic Accents, 2 pearl-like buttons
  • for dimming incandescent or dimmable CFL or LED light bulbs that are compatible with rheostat dimming switches, permanent fixtures only
  • not for use on fluorescent fixtures or ceiling fans
  • see tips for dimmable LED lightbulbs for pushbutton dimmers for best results; compatible with all major brands of dimmable LED bulbs
  • works with electronic low voltage light systems if installed before the transformer in the circuit, will not work with magnetic low voltage systems
  • fits standard electrical boxes, mounting hardware included
  • Classic Accents patented light dimmer; one year warranty

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Q & A

Q. Why would I need use a narrow push-button dimming switch? < /br>< /br> A. Use a trimmed off push button dimmer when installing next to another dimmer or fan control switch (or a GFCI outlet) otherwise they won't fit. In particular, regular dimming switches and ceiling fan controls have a large metal flange around them so are too wide to stack side by side. These flanges help dissipate the heat created when the device is in use, so when you trim the dimmer it must be derated because it can no longer handle as large a load. So these 600 watt narrow push dimmer switches, for example, are derated to 400 watts.

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