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I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?

MC


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On Nov 18, 10:44�pm, "MiamiCuse" wrote:
I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). �It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). �However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? �or was I looking in the wrong place? �There has to be one
somewhere?

MC


pelectrical supply house not home depot
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You should be able to go to any good commercial electrical supply
house and have virtually any pattern of switch cover custom
punched.

They will probably have all the normal ones sitting on the shelf.
What worries me is your comment that the lid is the same material
as the box. This is sounding a lot like a 4 square with a 4
square raised cover a bit like the top left item on this page:
http://www.galesburgelectric.com/Electrical-Box-Covers-p-1-c-386.html
In order to use a conventional switch plate cover, you will need
to change out the raised lid for a plaster ring like this:
http://www.galesburgelectric.com/Appleton-8470B-4-Inch-Steel-Square-Cover-Double-Device-Plast-p-2507.html
And this will probably take an oversized switch plate to cover
everything.

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I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I
don't know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made
of the same material as the box itself). However, all the other
switch covers around that wall are white so I am trying to find
one but I searched and searched and finally concluded they don't
make a single toggle swicth for a double gang box? or was I
looking in the wrong place? There has to be one somewhere?

MC



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MiamiCuse wrote:
I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?

MC



is this what you want ?

http://www.leviton.com/OA_HTML/ibeCC...&section=11001

Leviton Cat# 80506 in Brown or 80506-I in white
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On Nov 19, 8:44 am, "MiamiCuse" wrote:
I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?

MC

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On Nov 18, 10:44�pm, "MiamiCuse" wrote:

I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). �It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). �However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? �or was I looking in the wrong place? �There has to be one
somewhere?


MC


pelectrical supply house not home depot


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On Nov 19, 10:03 am, Reed wrote:
MiamiCuse wrote:
I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?


MC


is this what you want ?

http://www.leviton.com/OA_HTML/ibeCC...?item=5929ion...

Leviton Cat# 80506 in Brown or 80506-I in white


hai everyone

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On Nov 19, 11:30 am, wrote:
On Sun, 18 Nov 2007 22:44:26 -0500, "MiamiCuse"

wrote:
I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?


MC


You can use a decora plate with a blank insert in the unused hole.
They make them with decora or regular toggle switch cutout on the
other side


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I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?



I am guessing that you currently have a 4" square surface cover on the box.
Remove that and install a one gang mud ring. They come in several different
depths including flat. Home Depot usually only has one or two depths, but
an electrical supply company will have more choices. You can then install a
regular switch plate on the switch. If you need a wide cover you can
special order a double width single toggle wallplate (Not an oversize
wallplate) which is a two gang wall plate with the toggle opening in the
middle. Go to an electrical supply company and ask if they have a Mulberry
wall plate catalog that you can look at.

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"Joseph Meehan" writes:
You could also just add a new switch. Just don't connect it to
anything. It will confuse many people and give you hours of fun watching
them.


Or install two three-way switches wired so that both switches control
the light. That way, there's no "wrong" switch, but anyone trying to
figure out what both switches control will get a surprise.

Dave


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DanG you may be right. I need to take a closer look I do have a raised lid.
What you mean is even if I have a double gang single switch plate it may not
be deep enough for what I have.

Thanks,

MC

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You should be able to go to any good commercial electrical supply house
and have virtually any pattern of switch cover custom punched.

They will probably have all the normal ones sitting on the shelf. What
worries me is your comment that the lid is the same material as the box.
This is sounding a lot like a 4 square with a 4 square raised cover a bit
like the top left item on this page:
http://www.galesburgelectric.com/Electrical-Box-Covers-p-1-c-386.html In
order to use a conventional switch plate cover, you will need to change
out the raised lid for a plaster ring like this:
http://www.galesburgelectric.com/Appleton-8470B-4-Inch-Steel-Square-Cover-Double-Device-Plast-p-2507.html
And this will probably take an oversized switch plate to cover everything.

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"MiamiCuse" wrote in message
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I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?

MC





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MiamiCuse wrote:
I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and
searched and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for
a double gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be
one somewhere?

MC


is this what you want ?

http://www.leviton.com/OA_HTML/ibeCC...&section=11001

Leviton Cat# 80506 in Brown or 80506-I in white


Reed, no, my switch is in the middle not to one side. Thanks.

MC


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I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?

MC

You can use a decora plate with a blank insert in the unused hole.
They make them with decora or regular toggle switch cutout on the
other side


Hi thanks. I do not have an unused hole. It is a double gang box but the
switch is mounted in the middle of it. It is used to operate a commercial
outdoor kitchen grill exhaust hood.


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"MiamiCuse" wrote in message
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I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and
searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?



I am guessing that you currently have a 4" square surface cover on the
box.
Remove that and install a one gang mud ring. They come in several
different
depths including flat. Home Depot usually only has one or two depths, but
an electrical supply company will have more choices. You can then install
a
regular switch plate on the switch. If you need a wide cover you can
special order a double width single toggle wallplate (Not an oversize
wallplate) which is a two gang wall plate with the toggle opening in the
middle. Go to an electrical supply company and ask if they have a
Mulberry
wall plate catalog that you can look at.


I considered that. However the wall is an exterior concrete wall with
special textured stucco which is difficult to match. This is the reason I
did not want to change it to a single gang box because then I have to find a
way to redo the special textured stucco about an inch on both sides.

I called around a few electrical supply houses locally and they told me they
don't have a double width plate with a single toggle in the middle. I will
keep trying thanks!

MC


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I cannot because the existing switch is in the middle, not off to one side.
Thanks,

MC

"Joseph Meehan" wrote in message
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You could also just add a new switch. Just don't connect it to
anything. It will confuse many people and give you hours of fun watching
them.

"MiamiCuse" wrote in message
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I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and
searched and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for
a double gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be
one somewhere?

MC


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MiamiCuse wrote:
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MiamiCuse wrote:
I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and
searched and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for
a double gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be
one somewhere?

MC

is this what you want ?

http://www.leviton.com/OA_HTML/ibeCC...&section=11001

Leviton Cat# 80506 in Brown or 80506-I in white


Reed, no, my switch is in the middle not to one side. Thanks.

MC



so what you want is this, except in white plastic ??

http://www.leviton.com/OA_HTML/ibeCC...?a=b&item=8185


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"MiamiCuse" wrote in message
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I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers

around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and
searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a

double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?



I am guessing that you currently have a 4" square surface cover on the
box.
Remove that and install a one gang mud ring. They come in several
different
depths including flat. Home Depot usually only has one or two depths,

but
an electrical supply company will have more choices. You can then

install
a
regular switch plate on the switch. If you need a wide cover you can
special order a double width single toggle wallplate (Not an oversize
wallplate) which is a two gang wall plate with the toggle opening in the
middle. Go to an electrical supply company and ask if they have a
Mulberry
wall plate catalog that you can look at.


I considered that. However the wall is an exterior concrete wall with
special textured stucco which is difficult to match. This is the reason I
did not want to change it to a single gang box because then I have to find

a
way to redo the special textured stucco about an inch on both sides.

I called around a few electrical supply houses locally and they told me

they
don't have a double width plate with a single toggle in the middle. I

will
keep trying thanks!



I doubt that anyone will have the double width wallplate in stock. You will
need to order it. For a white semi-gloss double width with a toggle opening
in the middle it is Mulberry part #86772 (aka 1T-2G)

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You're not listening well. We all think that your switch is
installed on your cover, not your box. If this is so, you will
need to buy an extension ring to allow you to mount the switch to
the box. When you do this, the switch will be on one side, not
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"MiamiCuse" wrote in message
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"John Grabowski" wrote in message
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"MiamiCuse" wrote in message
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I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box
(why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of
the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch
covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched
and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth
for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to
be one
somewhere?



I am guessing that you currently have a 4" square surface cover
on the box.
Remove that and install a one gang mud ring. They come in
several different
depths including flat. Home Depot usually only has one or two
depths, but
an electrical supply company will have more choices. You can
then install a
regular switch plate on the switch. If you need a wide cover
you can
special order a double width single toggle wallplate (Not an
oversize
wallplate) which is a two gang wall plate with the toggle
opening in the
middle. Go to an electrical supply company and ask if they
have a Mulberry
wall plate catalog that you can look at.


I considered that. However the wall is an exterior concrete
wall with special textured stucco which is difficult to match.
This is the reason I did not want to change it to a single gang
box because then I have to find a way to redo the special
textured stucco about an inch on both sides.

I called around a few electrical supply houses locally and they
told me they don't have a double width plate with a single
toggle in the middle. I will keep trying thanks!

MC



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You're not listening well. We all think that your switch is
installed on your cover, not your box. If this is so, you will
need to buy an extension ring to allow you to mount the switch to
the box. When you do this, the switch will be on one side, not
the center.



Only with a two gang ring. With a one gang mud ring the switch will be
centered on the 4" square box.





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"MiamiCuse" wrote in message
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I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box
(why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of
the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch
covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched
and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth
for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to
be one
somewhere?


I am guessing that you currently have a 4" square surface cover
on the box.
Remove that and install a one gang mud ring. They come in
several different
depths including flat. Home Depot usually only has one or two
depths, but
an electrical supply company will have more choices. You can
then install a
regular switch plate on the switch. If you need a wide cover
you can
special order a double width single toggle wallplate (Not an
oversize
wallplate) which is a two gang wall plate with the toggle
opening in the
middle. Go to an electrical supply company and ask if they
have a Mulberry
wall plate catalog that you can look at.


I considered that. However the wall is an exterior concrete
wall with special textured stucco which is difficult to match.
This is the reason I did not want to change it to a single gang
box because then I have to find a way to redo the special
textured stucco about an inch on both sides.

I called around a few electrical supply houses locally and they
told me they don't have a double width plate with a single
toggle in the middle. I will keep trying thanks!

MC




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MiamiCuse wrote:
"Reed" wrote in message
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MiamiCuse wrote:
I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers
around that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched
and searched and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle
swicth for a double gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place?
There has to be one somewhere?

MC
is this what you want ?

http://www.leviton.com/OA_HTML/ibeCC...&section=11001

Leviton Cat# 80506 in Brown or 80506-I in white


Reed, no, my switch is in the middle not to one side. Thanks.

MC


so what you want is this, except in white plastic ??

http://www.leviton.com/OA_HTML/ibeCC...?a=b&item=8185


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Yes exactly. John Grabowski mentioned mulberry 86772 so I will try that.

Thanks!




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On Nov 20, 12:24 am, "MiamiCuse" wrote:
I cannot because the existing switch is in the middle, not off to one side.
Thanks,


This seems like an awful amount of discussion (almost a fixation?) to
change the colour of switch cover plate?

The gist of what HAS been pointed out by a number of knowledgeable
posters here, all trying to help answer the original question is that
to install another style of switch plate, may require different switch
to box mounting, below (inside) to install a new white finish switch
plate.

That may place the switch to ones side or another. Or require a
special order.

Why is it assumed the switch will, or has to stay in the middle?????

Of this particular box/plate. Has the OP had it apart (power off) and
had a look at it? Or is just making the assumption it has to stay in
the middle/centre?

It does rather 'sound' in this case that the switch may actually be
mounted to a rather substantial metal 'cover' of an exterior style
metal conduit pattern box?

Also it does appear, from the questions being asked, that the OP is
not the type of person who, unlike most electricians, handy home
repairers and do it your selfers etc, will not have the odd extra bits
and pieces often left over from other work (where one encounters boxes
of different sizes and depths and mountings etc.). Often these bits
and pieces give one a good idea of what might be possible or the
general construction of switch to electrical mountings; or even help
to solve the question without even posting here?

BTW: If it's not a technical problem and looks safe and workmanlike
why not just leave it the way it is and avoid unnecessary work?
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http://www.hardwareandtools.com/invt/6315360

Is this what you have now?

Try a can of spray paint.


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replying to MiamiCuse, tlcrob wrote:
nmbexcuse wrote:

I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?
MC



Try kyleswitchplates.com



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On Wed, 11 Feb 2015 06:44:01 +0000, tlcrob
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replying to MiamiCuse, tlcrob wrote:
nmbexcuse wrote:

I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?
MC



Try kyleswitchplates.com


Spray paint it epoxy white.
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On Wed, 11 Feb 2015 06:44:01 +0000, tlcrob
wrote:

replying to MiamiCuse, tlcrob wrote:
nmbexcuse wrote:

I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?
MC



Try kyleswitchplates.com

You have a square utility box, not a double gang box, in all
likelihood. Likely a 4 11/16", and the switch fastens to the cover,
not to the box?
If so, to use a standard switch plate you would need a "device ring"
to fasten the switch to, and then the standard plate fits the ring.
Painting the metal plate white would definitely be simpler and would
end up looking better, as the ring would still show metal and the new
plate would stick out about half an inch from the surface on the ring.
see
http://www.garvinindustries.com/elec...g-device-rings
for an example.


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Default There is no single toggle switch plate for a double gang box?

On Sunday, November 18, 2007 at 9:44:26 PM UTC-6, MiamiCuse wrote:
I have an exterior brick wall with a metal double gang box (why I don't
know). It has a square metal cover plate (one that is made of the same
material as the box itself). However, all the other switch covers around
that wall are white so I am trying to find one but I searched and searched
and finally concluded they don't make a single toggle swicth for a double
gang box? or was I looking in the wrong place? There has to be one
somewhere?

MC


Like already posted, just spray paint the existing cover!!!!
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