Again, tiny led indicator lights usually only use a couple of volts. Yes, I know. For some reason you don't seem to understand, 110v indicator lights exist. Checking across the circuit with a multi meter, the voltage at the indicator light is 110v. This is not some airy theory, it's the actual voltage. I measured it, as I have said before. They don't use transformers for stepping down voltage much anymore, for electronics. There are electronics that do that now. Why would they add "electronics" when they don't need to? They could add a player piano, too, but it wouldn't serve any purpose either.
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