My thread when dead so I moved on to another forum. Sorry
I will get an electrician.
Yes please on the clarification
I was told to use a multi meter to find a wire that would make multi meter beep.
Because someone on here said I hadn't
Two light switches for 1 light... sorry if I've mistyped and confused anyone.
1 black wire is porch light switch
I have a multi meter. 1 black wire beeps. Other 2 do not. Beep still there when switching on and off the switches.
Switching black wires around I get different results but not what I'm looking for. I thought all live wires stay together also the earth. Then 1...
If I am wrong than that's fine. I'm just looking for a solution to the problem. Been let down by electricians so thought I'd seek help here.
Help required for kitchen light.. aius integrated led. Original light was a strip light which was removed before I got to it. All wires...
Unfortunately I did not take a photo of the previous light that was up and how it was wired. The photos posted are of it's current state.
I wasnt doing it right. But I found the switch live wire so wired light up but doesnt turn on... nevermind will get someone in. Thanks for your...
Any wire I put with no1 black wire beeps...
All separate apart from earth wires
Only beep I get is with no1 black wire and earth... no other combination gives me a beep.
The black wire with 1 blue tape beeps when probed with earth. When I add that to any of the remaining black wires I still get the beep.
I wouldn't try putting power on unless 100% that was the right combination. Just wanted to know if that was the correct way to wire up.
I can get a beep when 1 probe on black and 1 probe on earth but light switches do not affect the beep
Not sure to be fair.... but if I was to wire up light would this be the correct way of the black wire were correct??
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