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Thread: Anyone else having to replace Lutron switches with broken bezels that won't stay on?

  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfBernie View Post
    I, too, have this problem; two broken bevels on rocker dimmer switches.
    No one makes switches that are immune to abuse.

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    I HAVE A FIX THAT ABSOLUTELY WORKS! I POSTED THE PROCEDURE IN DETAIL. ESSENTIALLY, IT'S CREATING AN "AXIS" FOR THE PADDLE TO SWING ON. See details in my post above -- Dr. Air, dated 7/19/22.

  3. #33

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    5 switches have gone bad all in the last 6 months!
    Last edited by uAintThatTall; 05-15-2023 at 04:35 AM. Reason: Wrong thread

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    Responding to uAintThatTall.
    I received an email from Lutron Support that showed the above post today. Do you have a question?
    I'm not good at navigating or interacting with this forum. Feel free to email me at wheeoo@cox.net.
    I do have a fix for the rocker switch which is simple and will last forever.
    Stan (aka Dr. Air)

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    This post has been very helpful. I was able to carefully take the rocker switch off the switch assembly without unscrewing anything or having to disconnect the wires. It's easy to pry it off but the spring and spring assembly may fall off. I replaced the spring and assembly on the back of the rocker switch and taped a very thin piece of plastic (as described by n1oconnor earlier in this thread) to the outside of the small plastic "box" that holds the spring in place. I taped it on the same side as the broken bevel on the back of the switch plate. Gently snapped it back in place and everything works! The rocking action isn't as smooth as before but it works and is better than replacing the entire switch assembly because one tiny piece of plastic broke off the back of the switch plate. It's ridiculous that Lutron doesn't sell replacement rocker switch plates. It has to be about a $.10 piece of plastic.

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    I got an email out of the blue from a forum member who I tried to reach years ago. I described a reliable and simple fix (for the handy) on 7-19-22. The switch that I repaired still works perfectly after 5 years. My original post is above....
    Dr. Air

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    See post #28.
    Dr. Air

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