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  1. InvernessElec
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    InvernessElec New EF Member

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    so I understand how 2 way switching works up just needing some help with this. If I have a 2 gang 2 way switch, and I am taking the feed to the switch, do I link out the commons ?
     
  2. FatAlan
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    FatAlan Trainee Trainee Access

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    If you google two way switching etc and even look on Youtube there’s loads. Try John Ward or GSH electrical. Make sure you have some brown sleeving for your switched lines. :)
     
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    buzzlightyear please let me back in to the prison cell. Electrician's Arms

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    are you training on the job .
     
  4. chris gray
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    It depends how it’s wired

    As your question says ‘switched’ 2 way could switch without the need for a feed
     
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