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PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2018 11:39 pm 
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Internal wiring my door bell stopped working strangely my downstairs wc light and fan also stopped working don't know if both happen together or just coincidence they happens in same week any idea what to check. I check fuse and trip switch not them


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 02, 2018 12:40 am 
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i assume they are connected to the same fuse/mcb that supply them that has tripped or a broken circuit via a different route

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big-all wrote:
i assume they are connected to the same fuse/mcb that supply them that has tripped or a broken circuit via a different route
I check the fuse and nothing tripped in circuit breaker. Any idea how to check?


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have you had any work done or altered anything that involved a drill or hammer :dunno:

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things like drilling holes or putting up pictures with a nail can sever wires

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also mcbs can "latch out"needing to be worked a bit
as in look correct but hasnt latch back in

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Probably coincidental. You haven't had any other work done on the lighting circuit I take it ???

Door bells can be from a transformer + batteries in the bell box just a tranny or just batteries.

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