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Bathroom lighting/extractor fan

Postby shevi7 » Wed May 18, 2011 11:49 am


Last night the extractor fan in my bathroom 'blew up' and there was a smell of burning.
As a result the spotlights in the bathroom no longer work. All the upstairs lights were not working when this happened either. After checking the fuse box and resetting, the upstairs lights worked again fine, with the exception of the bathroom spotlights

Is there a way i can get the bathroom lights working again?
(not too bothered about the extractor at present) There is an isolato switch above the bathroom door for the extractor.
Are they all connected in one circuit or something?

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Postby stoneyboy » Wed May 18, 2011 11:18 pm

There's probably a fused spur feeding the bathroom - you've just got to find it!
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