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Thread: Can a Nightlighter be Wired to a Switch Instead of a Transformer

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    Can a Nightlighter be Wired to a Switch Instead of a Transformer

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    I just bought a NiteLighter and was wondering if there was a way to wire it to a switch rather than the on/off transformer.
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    Re: Can a Nightlighter be Wired to a Switch Instead of a Transformer

    You will need to switch the outlet it is plugged into.
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