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I am renovateing our house ,my partner took off the wall is has got light swhich ,this swich i dont need anymore,how shell l do?

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Turn the power off. Trace the wires to the junction box. Open the box and take them loose. Reconnect the wires that was connected to them and close the junction box. You should be able to discard the switch box.

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