Today I found this dimmer control for the lights over a whirlpool tub. The dimmer is over the horizontal surface of the tile, but not directly over the tub itself. It is the right-most of the three coverplates in the picture, and is OBVIOUSLY put in that position to be reached from within the tub. The light switches for the rest of the bathroom are on the other wall, and don’t control these lights. It is NOT protected by the GFCI serving the bathroom. I think it is dangerous. What do you think? At a MINIMUM, I think they should wire it to the GFCI protected outlet that is less than eighteen inches away. The third coverplate in between the two is for cable-tv and a phone.