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Adding an extra two lights

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by irishturf12, 4 Mar 2009.

  1. irishturf12

    irishturf12

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    Hi

    I need to add an extra two lights and there is no juction box. Can i come from a trip switch that goes to the lights and if i can does anyone have a diagram on how to do it and what i need. The two lights need to be switched.

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    The ceiling roses are normally the junction boxes
    if you mean the light switch, then no
     
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    but does the light rose carry a permanant live connection.
     
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    depends on how it's wired, but usually yes..
    in more recent buildings, it's becoming common to loop the lives at the switches instead of the lights..
     
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    Normally yes -
     
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