Low Voltage Light Dimmers

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Michael Shuck
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Low Voltage Light Dimmers

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When I was in the Price House in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, I was amazed that the house was wired with low-voltage light dimmers...and a lot of them! Was this done before the Price House was built in any other Wright buildings? The owner of the Price House showed me two large banks of controllers for the light dimmers. I'm not aware of any dimmers being used de novo in a Wright house. Does anybody have any information on this? Mike

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