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Old 07-07-2004, 04:09 AM   #1
BillyRay
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light switch in 3685 bedroom

there are two light switches in the bedroom on the wall by the shower. why not move one of them next to the back door? if you use this door at night (like we do) you have to walk in the dark to the other side of the bedroom and feel around for the switch. it makes no sence to have it the way it is.even during the day if you want the light on, you still have to walk to the other side of the room (not that it's that far to walk)thanks for taking the time to read this....BillyRay
 
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