Add a wall light - Welcome to our Electrical Project:...

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Welcome to our Electrical Project: WIRING IN SWITCHED WALL LIGHTS " How can I introduce another light or lights into my room switched independently of my main light". Please remember when attempting any electrical installations at home that you are obliged to get the completed job tested by a fully qualified electrician and obtain a minor works certificate. Failure to do this may render your house insurance invalid and you may have difficulty selling your home. As with our bathroom project, we believe in realism and although we didn't have a specific contract to carry out this operation, we have made up a circuit board, using the actual fittings, for you to view. Our project shows 2 wall lights added, but the same circuit can be used for an additional ceiling light switched independently. You will need: 1 x 20 amp junction box (3 terminal) 1 x 20amp junction box (4 terminal) 1 x 1 way switch 1 x single pattress box with grommet. 1.5mm cable to suit. (click, and see rules) Earth sleeve. ....... Red tape Cable clips. ......... Screws Wall conduit for 1.5mm cable. We have used 20amp junction boxes to allow more room. STEP 1. (Do not cut or remove any cables or wires without first turning your power off and removing the fuse from the circuit you are working on. If working with "trip switches" put a large note on the consumer unit. You may have turned the power off and be in the loft, when an unknowing family member thinks the lights have tripped and flicks the switch. .!) Think carefully about the position of your new light/s and
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