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Does the light on a FV-08vkml1 go on automatically with the motion sensor?...or does this unit need a switch...I have units w/o the light that do not need a switch...they are great. This installation needs a light as well.

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If you would like the light to come on with motion sencer then you need to ad a motion sencer switch. you can get them at the link below.

http://www.amazon.com/Zenith-SL-6105-WH-Motion-Activated-Switch/sim/B000OUW7MK/2

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