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Old 08-24-2010, 07:58 AM   #1
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Bathroom Lighting


Okay, so, I have 3 different lights in my bathroom right now. The ceiling light and fan, the smaller medicine cabinet with the light bars on the side and the large medicine cabinet with the light bars on the side. Personally, I think we can live with just two out of the 3 but my husband thinks differently.

My question is.....

I'd like to purchase vanity lights for over the two new medicine cabinets we'll be installing but I would like for them to work as they do now...each with their own switch. When I view the vanity lights on line they just advise whether they are plug in or hardwired. Obviously I am looking at the hardwired ones BUT, how do I know they can be switched on and off separately with a switch on the light...not the wall.

We're not looking to install 2 more wall switches to rectify the issue. Just a simple on off switch directly on the fixture itself.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 08-24-2010, 02:57 PM   #2
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Ackkkk, no answers?! Dang, ok, I'll just have to wing this one on my own I guess. *Sigh*

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