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WIRING PULL SWITCH

I HAVE A JUNCTION BOX FOR MY LIGHTING CIRCUT, I NEED TO FIT A PULL SWITCH IN NEW CLOAKROOM CAN I TAKE A LIVE FEED FROM JUNCTION BOX TO THE PULLSWITCH

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Yes but be sure to turn the power off first a switch is basically a break in the active wire so put your pull switch as being that break glenn.....

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