One for the Sparkies

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Hi,

anyone know a good way to get the snap fit cover off one of these without
leaving a mark ?

http://www.arlec.com.au/viewProduct.aspx?productcode91%01B&catalogueID=1&parentCatalogueID=2

I refer specifically the ARLEC brand 9101B and similar light switches  WHEN
mounted flush onto a wall.



....   Phil



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Phil, I hope you're not doing unlicensed electrical work. Using the
wrong length screwdriver to tighten the mounting screws can cause your
entire suburb to explode.

Sylvia.

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I would take say a scraper or some thin sheet metal to protect the wall
while you jimmy it off :-)

Cheers ...... Rheilly

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There is an easy way but being philthy not going to help

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Your call I guess ?
Some times snap on stuff is really 'on' :-)

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I might donate some stale pee if he were heavily on fire though

  right after the  gallon of meths

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