bathroom extractor

Postby raymondo » Wed Oct 10, 2007 7:31 pm

I have an extractor fan with no accompanying wiring diagram, i wish to install it in a bathroom to switch on with the lights, and also switch on with an over-ride switch. the fan has a built in time delay to switch off. can someone supply me with a connection diagram please. also, does the supply to the fan have to be via a fused isolator switch?
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Postby sparx » Thu Oct 11, 2007 8:28 pm

Hi I am sure your 'part-p' registered leckie will soon sort it when he connects to the bathroom light for you, one N, one E, one sw. L & one Perm. L required, regards SPARX
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