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PostPosted: Sun Sep 03, 2017 11:41 am 
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Hi Everyone, I am putting 2 wall light at either side of the chimney breast. I just want to check that I have wired it up correctly before I plaster it all into the wall. I know that I have to put brown tape on the switch live, I just didn't have any at the I took this photo. I will also be putting them in a wago box. I hope that my photo and drawing makes sense.
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Should have longer sleeving on the earths, but yes its wired correct, but what is it the supply cable connected to? The lighting circuit or.....

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Hi Thanks, I will replace the earth sleeving. The supply is from an old fire. I have connected it to a unswitched fused connection unit and I will put a 3 amp fuse in. Is this ok. The cable into the unswitched fused connection unit is 2.5mm and I have 1.5 mm out of it.


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Yes, that is correct.

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