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I'm sure what he meant, but didn't explicitly say, is this: Drill the holes in the newly constructed Frankenstein switch when it's on the workbench. You can use the old switch plate (removed from the wall, of course after the circuit breaker is turned off/fuse removed) as a template to locate the holes. Use longer 6-32 screws from a hardware store or the like to mount the new Frankenstein switch in place of the old switch plate. Then restore the power.
Dude, you are totally whacked! I admire your patience. Nice job in the assembly and the video! Got my vote.
If it was his leg coming through the ceiling, wouldn't that have actually been a (wait for it........) 1 foot hole? Good advice about not cheaping out on the screen.
Pipe table lamp with cement base
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