Lighting gone wrong!!!!


Postby chwpoole » Sun Dec 23, 2007 4:54 pm

Hi, don't know if anyone can help me but here goes. I walked into my downstairs bathroom yesterday morning, switched the lights on and bulb in the light blew. I then noticed that the lights in my office and the kids playroom had also gone. Strangley though the 3 wall lights in the hallway are still working. The fuse didn't blow and I can't seem to see any blown cables anwhere but I can't understand why the hall lights still work!!! The hall, office, playroom and bathroom all work off the same fuse. I have checked all other light fittings but not the wall switches.

If anyone has any suggestions where to start looking they would be most appreciated?

Best regards

Warren
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Postby BLAKEY1963 » Wed Dec 26, 2007 6:54 pm

[quote="chwpoole"]Hi, don't know if anyone can help me but here goes. I walked into my downstairs bathroom yesterday morning, switched the lights on and bulb in the light blew. I then noticed that the lights in my office and the kids playroom had also gone. Strangley though the 3 wall lights in the hallway are still working. The fuse didn't blow and I can't seem to see any blown cables anwhere but I can't understand why the hall lights still work!!! The hall, office, playroom and bathroom all work off the same fuse. I have checked all other light fittings but not the wall switches.

If anyone has any suggestions where to start looking they would be most appreciated?

Best regards

Warren[/quote]

Warren
if you have checked all lights for connections and there r no signs of problems , then check light switches , if no sign of a problem u need
to get in an electrcian to test wiring, confirm where feeds are going, and
check for faults ,with the nessecery test gear
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Postby stariq » Wed Dec 26, 2007 6:55 pm

hi,

how old is your house? Do you have an isolater switch outside your bathroom? if so check the fuse (if its a spur type)

mine did exctly the same found the fuse blown on the spur.

hope this helps

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