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New cooker switch light not working, loose wire?

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by Oliver Gould, 28 Aug 2019.

  1. Oliver Gould

    Oliver Gould

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    Hi,

    I recently had a new cooker switch installed, the day after he installed it the red light on top stopped working. I am slightly worried there may be a loose wire; the cooker still powers up so the switch is doing it’s job. Should I be concerned or is it most likely to be just the bulb?
     
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  3. winston1

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    Don’t worry. Just call the installer back. There should be no charge. The law is on your side.

    It is most likely a poor connection to the neon.

    Really don’t know why people fit cooker switches with neons. The red light is irritating and after a few years they go black.
     
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