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Hi. Currently have a single, solitary bulb in the garage. One switch. I've affixed some (three with a possible fourth) LED battens to the ceiling. Awaiting a pal (qualified electrician) to come wire it all up.

He's taking an age due to real life commitments.

What if I do it myself? I'm fairly capable. It's not rocket surgery.

Any issues with anything? It's a new build. Not a forever home, so it'll be sold at some point.

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You are right it isn't rocket science or even brain surgery...

If your current light is looped at the rose then just take the switched live and neutral from there to each of the new light fittings.

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