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I'm wiring in a new (old) kitchen ceiling light fitting.

Do I need a bit of the white cable to go between the light fitting and the ceiling block?

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If there is enough room to hide it in the new fitting then it would make the fitting easier.

If not remove the choc blocks, not the two reds together, they'll be the loop and connect to the new light blocks

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