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  1. MAAZ KHAN
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    Hi i removed the old manrose fan as it was to loud and useless . I connected the new one but its not working. The old manrose was connected through light switch.

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  2. telectrix
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Trusted Advisor

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    fit a link across terminals 1 & 3. you won't have the overrun though. for that you need an electrician to rewire with 3 core cable.
     
  3. Spoon
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    Whats going on in the last pic with the choc block?
     
  4. ipf
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    The no longer existent switch?
     
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  5. suffolkspark
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    suffolkspark Electrician's Arms

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    guys (and gals) this has to be a wind up, same chap posted a similar bodge regarding a light about a week ago
     
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    camerabloke Electrician's Arms

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    This site has more wind ups than Trevor bayliss
     
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  7. Martyn Fletcher
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    I thought it looked quite neat and tidy myself.
    HAHAHAAH!;)
     
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    thought 1 fake tan comic was already on site.2 is 2 too many. :D:D:D
     
  9. ipf
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    Well, at least he's got his fan running with that link....
     
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  10. MAAZ KHAN
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  11. Spoon
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    But whats going on in the last pic with the choc block?
     
  12. MAAZ KHAN
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    That block connection is coming from one of the lights
     
  13. Spoon
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    What are you going to do with it? It looks like the route had been cut out of the tiles in the room. What room is it?
    Any chance of a photo of the cable and fan and the route of the cable.
     
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  14. MAAZ KHAN
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    Its a bathroom managed to get it working. Replaced a 10 year old fan!
     
  15. Spoon
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    I understand that you got it working, by following Tels advice in post #2.
    There is more to it though. I presume you are not going to keep the wiring on show like in your last pic. What are you going to do?
    The route of the cable may not be in a 'safe zone', I cant tell by the pic but it does seem odd. That's why I'm asking for a pic of the cable and fan and the route of the cable.
     
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