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Basically what the question asked above. I've been through three stores and the closest I came was a Pass and Seymour switch/outlet combo with a snap in LED light, but it wasn't a GFCI. I'm hoping to avoid putting in a new box in this bathroom if I can avoid it (plaster wall, PITA to work with). I know that asking for brand suggestions isn't cool, but some ideas of places to look or a definitive yes or no would be awesome.

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Depending on how the circuit is laid out, you can put the GFCI upstream to cover this outlet. You can likely find LED lights with a pass-through plug. –  BMitch Jun 26 '12 at 1:59
    
Right now we're using Legrand LED duplex outlets in our other wet rooms. Sadly this bathroom only has space for a single switch/outlet combo, and I'd really like to get a nightlight in there (its an especially dark portion of the house). –  Matthew Jun 26 '12 at 2:06
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Agree with @BMitch -- a GFCI breaker comes to mind as a good option. –  gregmac Jun 26 '12 at 15:45

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I have not seen a device with all three items at once. (Gfi/switch/night light) Pass & Seymore does make great sw/lite or lighted gfi recpts. Is there any possibility you can expand the single gang box to a two gang box? If you expand it you could use one lighted device and a normal devise, problem solved.

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The one issue we're running into is that the wall is plaster and very prone to flaking/cracking apart so I'm concerned about doing it right now. Also, it is in a small area, and I'm not sure that there is a way to extend out to a two gang box and still have the installation look "nice." So I was hoping for an all in one unit. I know Pass and Seymour has one of their trademaster boxes with a snap-in light but as I said it's not gfci :( –  Matthew Jun 26 '12 at 14:26

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