Originally Posted by Kvsterling
Happy days...this is what led us to replacing all our interior switches! That and it’s hard to use ivory plastic and make the renovation look new. The holes you can see in your pic are rivets. Drill them out and the trim is removed. Can use screws to replace.
I may have some leftover switches in storage to replace yours, PM me and I will check this weekend. Happy to give you what I have
You may have a hard time with the wire length, power for the switch bank is daisy chained, so one of your yellow wires is connected to the next switch
Thanks KV - and sorry for my delayed reply. Had some leisurely travel days that concluded with our truck breaking down...
Thankfully we were 5 mins from camp and it was just a fuel pump, so easy fix, but still...
Anyhoo - this is SUPER helpful. Can't thank you enough. I will shoot you a PM now about those switches.
I'll ask this in the PM too, but for the sake of the thread:
Just to be sure I do it right, the rivets can simply be drilled out with a twist bit (spiral bit) that is small enough to fit in that little hole on the trim. So, take the bit and drill into the rivet until it breaks free, right?