bbqjoe wrote:Yeah I get it.
Maybe I'll use a "Clapper" (clap on, clap off...The clapper!)
But seriously, I think I'd prefer a toggle on the front.
This reminds me of a true Story:
For my sins, I make my living as a Property/Facilities Manager, and have done so for the last nearly 40 years, across pretty much aspects of the trade from single-site residential to luxury high-rise to gated communities, offices, retail, educational, medical and industrial - presently medical (acute-care hospital). I have had more than my fair share of difficult clients, from Great Aunt Esmeralda who was perpetually too hot or too cold, to prima-dona professors and researchers who want what they want, only right now.
The single most common complaint that I have gotten over the years, and that must always be taken seriously are the too-hot-too-cold calls:
a) At least 20% of them are valid on their face.
b) At lease another 20% are valid due to special circumstances.
c) It is that annoying 60% where the system(s) are functioning properly, the temperature (and humidity) set-points are correct and being met, but the end-user is still unhappy.
It is called the "Dummy" thermostat. It must have (at least one) light(s).
And it must make a noise every so often. When I was overseas, I had a supply of Honeywell stats had a little ticking clock on board with a small LED. I could fix it so that the LED came on about every hour for about 20 minutes. The residents were, typically, thrilled.
If you want a toggle-switch on the front of your amp, put a toggle switch on the front of your amp. But to save it, and eliminate any potential modification problems, don't connect it to anything.
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