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Hi everyone, I want to change my under kitchen cupboard lights. the old ones work, but aren't that bright. However when I wire in the new ones, they don't work.
The new light is definitly working (I tested it from another power source), and the little switch on the new fitting is in the on position.
When I replaced the old fitting it works, Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh!


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Hi everyone, I want to change my under kitchen cupboard lights. the old ones work, but aren't that bright. However when I wire in the new ones, they don't work.
The new light is definitly working (I tested it from another power source), and the little switch on the new fitting is in the on position.
When I replaced the old fitting it works, Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh!



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Check with a multimeter what type of light and how have you wired

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As above pics of old and new and wiring at the switch.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 7:08 pm 
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let me guess you have changed from halogen lamps to led ? if so did you change transformer ?


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