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Hi, hope someone can give me some help.
I currently have a single switch spur from mains in my living room which connects nextdoor into conservatory.
In the conservatory their is one dimmer switch which operates 2 low watt led wall lights.
The spurred witch also has a live feed to a ceiling point where there was before a fan in place (which had a remote) ; you can only operate this ceiling power by the main spurred switch.

Now I have added a ceiling lamp to the exisiting ceiling and of course it can be switched on as described above

I have been told I can just replace single switch with dual and therefore have separate control over both wall and ceiling lights

However , really i want to also be able to dim the new ceiling light (which is a sphere pendant with 20 leds max 35w , so Led equivalent of 2-5w depending on latest technology

So, can I replace current switch with dual switch, then replace current dimmer with dual dimmer ?

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