reply to bbear2
Re: Light switch needs to be wiggled but... It would be better to not use ANY of the backstab holes and use the screws on the sides of the switch, instead. Backstabs don't hold up well over time.
If its a switch thats used often, pony up and put in the 2$ switch instead of the .59c one.. there -is- a difference.
if it aint broke, tweak it!!
currently on FiOS (kick aZZ!)
ok, so what is the difference between the two and how do I know which I'm buying? Is it purely on price? I saw one on Amazon for $1.10 and don't have a clue as to which that is.
rfharThe World Sport, Played In Every CountryPremium
If you had to tighten a screw to hold the wire it is a good one.