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orangetango, 27 Feb 2021
    • Sureitsoff?
      looking at pic 2 it appears that if you remove the red from L in the choc block the black from N and the earth from under the nut you should be able to remove the light without having to undo any more connections. put the L N and e in seperate connections in a bit of choc block ( you could use the bit in the old fitting) and tuck the wiring into the back box
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