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I live in an older house with interesting wiring. I have a switch that does not fully work anymore that controls lights to my carport, hallway and closet. The problem is I have not be able to find a suitable replacement due to its ages and the wiring into it. I have talked with the local electrician and they have never seen it. I was wondering if anyone has seen this type of switch and if it can be replace with a modern one, a old working one, or to be rebuilt.
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400A, NEMA 3R fusible disconnect. Make sure you size conductors for voltage drop and use sealing rings, too!

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