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Old 11-28-2010, 10:41 PM   #1
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Push-to-Break Plunger Type Switch for Gun Safe

I'm in the process of installing linkable fluorescent undercabinet lighting in my gun safe, and I would like to have them turn on via a push-to-break switch that is installed below the hinge on the door frame. Does anyone have any suggestions on what switch I need to purchase and where I can find this switch? Neither Home Depot nor Radio Shack have what I'm looking for.

There is 2 1/2" of clearance behind this hole, and Ideally I would like to mount the plunger thru the 3/8" hole. However, when closed, the door is deep enough where I could also mount on top of the fireboard, next to the hole.
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Old 11-28-2010, 11:31 PM   #2
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Push-to-Break Plunger Type Switch for Gun Safe

Google door light switch. There are quite a few types so make sure you get one that will fit.

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