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New Garden Light installation

I would like to know how to connect light in house,
I have run wiring to a New three switch on wall in Lounge.
Where do I get power from to the switch ?

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You would get power to your switch from another light switch. They would be all on the same circuit. Run more wire from another light switch to your new switch.

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