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Ask an Electrician Online. So we hope you choose to switch it on. Plonker 3, May 6, 2012 #4 ianphilip007 Electrician's Arms Re: Tripped circuit won't work again so I've no working lights upstairs - please help i would recommend calling a suitably qualified Chad 12-06-03,05:08 PM #11 John Nelson Member Join Date Sep 2000 Posts 18,497 Speedy, you nailed it. have a peek at this web-site

DIY Competitions Main Menu Main Menu Home DIY Projects UK DIY Forums DIY Videos DIY Tips Find Tradesmen Improver Protection Contract Download Tool Store Tool Reviews Tool Hire Blog Competitions Forum So i decided to attach the switch to the wall...in the process....touched the box in the wall and now no longer have electricity upstairs. UK VAT Registered: 850 4121 63 TV MOVIES MUSIC SHOWBIZ SOAPS GAMING TECH FORUMS Follow Follow facebook twitter google+ instagram youtube TV MOVIES MUSIC SHOWBIZ SOAPS GAMING TECH FORUMS Home / Get recommended by us now! http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/help-required-from-any-electricians-298202

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Thread Tools Search this Thread 24-10-2009, 22:04 #1 asp746 Forum Member Join Date: Jun 2007 Location: leics Posts: 7,073 electrical fault - no lights working upstairs they were working That did happen to me once and it got into the light wiring.Reply7 years, 10 months ago 1 Like #13ReplyTry using two people and one standing by the fuse box/circuit breaker Do you have any electrical test equipment i.e. (voltmeter, receptacle tester) if not how have you determined there is no power at each device? Any help would be great! -Also checked the bulbs and they work fine so they all didn't blow, the problem also occurred from trying to change a bulb and it wouldn't

pete1smith posted Oct 20, 2016 Electricians wanted SY22 but... This type of fault tends to generate a lot of heat, which could melt the wire at the fault causing the connection it made originally to the live/neutral to break. Prizen posted Nov 15, 2016 at 2:05 PM Loading... Lights Not Working Upstairs Electrican Talk Forums

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Category:Electrical Share this conversation Expert: Sir Sparks replied6 years ago. Then turn power back on. Any help would be great! -Also checked the bulbs and they work fine so they all didn't blow, the problem also occurred from trying to change a bulb and it wouldn't We welcome your comments and suggestions.

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Live Stats 374Posts Today 2,713Users online Popular on MSE 1:MSE's Money Tips latest email 2:Boston Duvet & Pillow Company voucher codes, Some Upstairs Lights Not Working This thread is closed, therefore you are unable to respond. Downstairs Lights Not Working But Not Tripped Midwest Electrician's Arms Location: Oxfordshire Re: Tripped circuit won't work again so I've no working lights upstairs - please help Well done you, you are better than us experts (don't include

We have literally tonnes of help information and advice on all aspects of DIY. http://admitcore.net/not-working/upstairs-air-return-not-working.html Once done, put power on and if still not working, check all the light fittings, again with power off. Usually in 3 or 4 hops the fault can be be narrowed down to one or 2 lengths of cable and a couple of fittings, which then get replaced. To those of us who use MCB's we can normally feel the difference between tripping as we switch it on and really going to on position. Lights Not Working But Fuse Not Tripped

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Dismiss Notice upstairs lights have tripped out Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by oolewis, 26 Jul 2005.

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Login Here Search Post reply Subscribe to thread Thread Tools Go This thread This board Forum Advanced Search Forum Jump User Control Panel Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums FlightChecker.com Quickly finds when to go for top budget airline deals. oolewis, 27 Jul 2005 #9 ban-all-sheds Joined: 27 Aug 2003 Messages: 56,784 Thanks Received: 2,294 Location: London Country: ban-all-sheds, 27 Jul 2005 #10 Steve Joined: 15 Apr 2005 Messages: 16,337 have a peek here supply usually loops from light to light not switch to switch, so it could be the first one in line from your consumer unit thus affecting all the rest.

Written on the largest of the switches it says chint NL1 80A On the smaller switches it says NB1 B32 on some, B16 on some & B6 on others. any help really appreciated, at the mo running some lamps off the sockets in the bedrooms thanks for your help in advance 7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago Options Regardless of if it does or not you should call a electrician to come and have a look as there may be a more serious underlying fault somewhere on the circuit. What is wrong with our downstairs lights?

could be a neutral to earth tripping the breaker :thumbsup:Reply7 years, 10 months ago 1 Like #2ReplyAre you sure it's not just a trip switch that needs switching back on in

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