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Pass & Seymour 1594-2SWTLACC5 Combination Two Single Pole Switches/GFCI 15a, 60hz, 120 Volt Switch


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  • Ground fault circut interrupter
  • 15A, 120V
  • 1 GFCI receptacle, Nema 5- 15R
  • Back and side wire
  • 2 single pole switches

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces
  • ASIN: B00279R3PC
  • Item model number: 15952SWTLACC4
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #165,349 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

"PASS & SEYMOUR" COMBINATION SWITCHES & GFCI RECEPTACLE Ground fault circut interrupter 15A, 120V 1 GFCI receptacle, Nema 5-15R Back and side wire 2 single pole switches 1/2 HP rated for bath or kitchen vent fans Wall plate included Window box Almond

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Palmer on January 4, 2013
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It's great because it saved me from having to install a double gang box when I replaced the laundry room light with a fan/light combo AND I still have my GFCI outlet where I can get at it to plug things in. The only drawback is that the switches are on the small side, so we frequently turn the fan on by accident when switching the light on. No big deal. Love it!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By An Informed User on August 2, 2012
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This is a great and rare product that's very useful. It saves me from cutting two additional holes on the wall for the switches. I couldn't find it at any hardware stores. You can use it in the bathroom, with one switch for the light and one switch for the fan; or in the kitchen sink, for garbage disposal and light; or for the front yard with two lights.

The outlet is GFCI protected, which is required by NEC whenever installed in wet locations like bathroom and outdoors.

Beside the outlet, there are also LOAD terminals, meaning the upper screws closer to the switches in the picture, where you can daisy chain additional outlets that will all be GFCI protected. These additional outlets don't need to have GFCI, but they are still protected.

The switches don't turn off the outlet, but you can wire it that way if desired. Just feed the positive LINE coming in from the main panel through the switch before connecting to the outlet positive terminal. When you do this, however, turning off the switch will cut off power for any other daisy chained outlets feeding from it.

The switches are just stand alone, meaning they can be GFCI protected or not depending on how you connect the wires. If you connect them to the positive LINE coming in from the main panel, then they're not GFCI protected. If you connect to the positive LOAD terminal, then they are both GFCI protected.

One thing this product doesn't have is the child proof feature. That explains its relatively cheap price.

One gotcha: NEC code limits the number of wires that can be used inside each electrical box. Depending on how many of the switches you use, and the wire gauge, you might have to upgrade to a larger junction box.

One tip: It's hard to remember which switch is for which light/fan. You should stick a piece of tape on the switch that you use more often, so that you can tell by feel which one is which.
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By Patrick Stover on March 18, 2013
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Had a need to get 2 switches and a gfi plug in a single gang box plasttered in place. The electrical inspector thought I would use a wiremold extension box over the old switch location, but was happy with it as I was that the cost was a fraction.
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