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Answer Questions Replace Roof Now Or Just Get Rotted Eves Fixed? Well, if no, then we certainly do! Great thinking Speedy!! : 12-06-03,05:31 PM #13 Speedy Petey Banned. Were the wires terminated on screws or were they pushed into the back of the devices? http://admitcore.net/not-working/upstairs-lights-not-working-fuse.html

We have tradesmen ready to help you. Ask a Question usually answered within minutes! so do you think I should conact a local electricain for a job like this? we also found that upstairs in the loft were two other speorate (spelling?) fuse boxes. http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/help-required-from-any-electricians-298202

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jaybsparks posted Oct 19, 2016 Loading... Well, the light switch that leads to the upstairs is a 3-way and i conected the wires in the correct places on the switch. What will probably need to be done is to open up the wiring to the affected circuit, and break a connection half way round and decide if the fault is before Details inside.?

We spent about 5 hours hashing out different possibilities that might have caused my problem.... Tara100 EF Member Location: Torbay Hello I live alone, so I have no help here with electric issues and would really appreciate some advice. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Lights Not Working But Fuse Not Tripped Anything?

show more From the title, you already know the lights upstairs don't work - yet the sockets on the walls do - everything works downstairs too. Do I Nd new hot water heater? For example you still have not told us what happened on exchanging fuses - do you now have 2 blown fuses, or just one, or indeed were both fuses intact - see it here oolewis, 26 Jul 2005 #4 saxton Joined: 8 May 2005 Messages: 16 Thanks Received: 0 Location: Lanarkshire Country: yes, it can saxton, 26 Jul 2005 #5 oolewis Joined: 26 Jul

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 Half Upstairs Lights Not Working All rights reserved. you will have to get into the loft and check out the junction boxes for crossed wires (if any). Any idea guys?

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Please upload a file larger than 100 x 100 pixels We are experiencing some problems, please try again. http://www.diynot.com/diy/threads/upstairs-lights-have-tripped-out.29066/ Many thanks Tara100, May 6, 2012 #8 Plonker 3 Guest Re: Tripped circuit won't work again so I've no working lights upstairs - please help If you post your location, Some Upstairs Lights Not Working Details inside.? Upstairs Lighting Circuit Not Working michaelw6 posted Oct 25, 2016 Experienced Electrical...

Dave_ posted Oct 24, 2016 Site Electricians Wanted in... http://admitcore.net/not-working/upstairs-air-return-not-working.html Newsletters and Webinars Signup Sign me up to the DIY Doctor newsletter Sign me up to a DIY Doctor webinar Follow Us Follow DIY Doctor on Facebook Follow DIY Doctor on Open up the light fitting and look in there for crossed/loose wires. (wiring diagrams in sticky thread at top of forum) If no sign of crossed wires, 3. Head over to: youtube.com/TheDIYDoctor Find Tradesmen Finding a Tradesmen Finding the right tradesman for you can be a hard job. Upstairs Lights Not Working Fuse

Hello ASP, How many light circuits do you have for upstairs, 1 or 2, marked 6 amp? Get recommended by us now! Downstairs lighting not working, but none of the fuses tripped on the board and even reset rcd Ask a Question Question Categories All Questions Architectural Services Bathroom Fitting Bricklaying Carpentry & http://admitcore.net/not-working/upstairs-heating-not-working.html Keep contributing!New MessageCloseToSubjectMessageSend MessageComment PreviewClose Submit CancelLoginCloseDon't have an account?Welcome back!Log in with FacebookLog in with Twitter...OR log in with your HUKD account.Remember MeForgot your password?Welcome to HUKD!CloseJoin the CommunityAlready have

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Marketers, customer service and software developers. just do em one by one-you will be fit when you finished as it's in the cellar!Reply7 years, 10 months ago 1 Like #7ReplyWhat sort of fuse board do you have? So, befor i attached it to the wall i turned the power back on to see if it worked...which it did. Upstairs Lights Not Working But Not Tripped Or failing that you could ask friends and family if they can recommend someone.

Rule And/Or Policy Violation Join Date Nov 2003 Posts 2,455 Whoa.....easy guys! + Reply to Thread « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads so we finally decided to go in to the attic to the light fixture and see what it looked like up there....sure enough...that is where it was feed from the basement.....we Answered 20th Sep 2011 Did you find this helpful? 7 carl melady Member since 1 Jun 2008 4 jobs 100% positive Need an Electrician? have a peek here Marks Electrics posted Nov 15, 2016 at 7:36 PM Right or wrong?

All rights reserved. bathjobby, 26 Jul 2005 #2 pdcelec Joined: 5 Jun 2005 Messages: 707 Thanks Received: 0 Location: Birmingham Country: Sounds like a shorted lamp to me. have you got old electrics or a new fuse box?Reply7 years, 10 months ago 1 Like #5Replyyou should have an electric fuse box usually in your garage and it sounds like Plonker 3, May 6, 2012 #7 Tara100 EF Member Location: Torbay Re: Tripped circuit won't work again so I've no working lights upstairs - please help Dillb said: ↑ Getting a

Then replace one bulb at a time to see if one such install pops it again, and if so, focus on that fixture. Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Privacy Policy Log in or Sign up Electricians Forum - Talk electrics and electricals with fellow professional electricians :: ElectriciansForums.co.uk Forums > pete1smith posted Oct 20, 2016 Electricians wanted SY22 but... Each page also comes with pictures and a video to make completing those jobs even easier!

When I try to push it to the ON position it is resisting and making a buzzing noise. We have literally tonnes of help information and advice on all aspects of DIY. 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 UK VAT Registered: 850 4121 63 Log in or Sign up DIYnot Forums Home Forums > How to... > Electrics UK > We are happy to announce the release of an

Are you giving us the full story? Time to update your mattress? 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 all sockets and everything else works fine.

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