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I have an old clamp-on swing arm magnifying glass lamp which uses an 8 1/4 circular fluorescent tube. Each arm is approximately fifteen inches long. I have dismantled the lamp and ascertained that the cause of lamp failure is the On-Off rocker switch. The ID label has been partially obliterated so I cannot provide a Model Number. Can you provide a replacement switch? You may have received this inquiry two or three days ago and responded and I may have, unintentionally, deleted your response. I apologize Please contact me at the address below..

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If this is a press in rocker switch be mindful of the hole size and how the wires attach(push on or solder) Electronic parts stores will usually have a selection. Sometimes the imprint on the switch is searchable. If you have one in the neighborhood, Fry's might have it. If not Lowes and Home depot have generics.

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Home depot should have a switch

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