bathroom fitting


Postby moomin » Thu Dec 20, 2007 2:18 pm

Hi all, bought a specialist bathroom low voltage fittment for bathrooms.

took down old heater type lightfitting, then connected new rose and followed instructions to connect . light come on and goes off all by itself !
the only wire that really confused me was a singe eath that was connect to the end of the junction block and seemed to screw to the light fitting .

I have undone and redone the fitment at least twice and ensure all connections are solid.

what would be the most common problem creating this intermittent on off situation ?
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Postby BLAKEY1963 » Wed Dec 26, 2007 10:35 pm

[quote="moomin"]Hi all, bought a specialist bathroom low voltage fittment for bathrooms.

took down old heater type lightfitting, then connected new rose and followed instructions to connect . light come on and goes off all by itself !
the only wire that really confused me was a singe eath that was connect to the end of the junction block and seemed to screw to the light fitting .

I have undone and redone the fitment at least twice and ensure all connections are solid.

what would be the most common problem creating this intermittent on off situation ?[/quote]

MOOMIN
this is part p notifiable work as bathroom is speacial location.
get in a part p electrican.

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