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Neutral wire not working

Discussion in 'Electrics Outside of the UK' started by bennychen, 20 Aug 2007.

  1. bennychen

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    Hello..if the neutral wire is not working..what should i do? those wire is covered in the wall..

    Can i just join the neutral wire to live? btw I am trying to install a fluorescent light..

    Thanks! :D
     
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    Please explain a bit more about what's wrong with it.

    Yes I see.

    No!
     
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  4. bennychen

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    Hi, thanks for reply.

    ok i think the neutral has been cut off..those wire are all cover inside the wall..so i can't reconnect it back..
     
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    Thank f*** that you're not in the UK then. :eek:
     
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    cut the wall open to find the wire. Or run a new one.

    I think you need to get an electrician in to help you as you do not seem to know what you are doing.
     
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