Question about Electrical Supplies
Hi, can someone help? I have a bathroom fan which I wasn't aware when I bought it but is designed to be permanently on. I am trying to put a pull cord switch and have bought a 2 way. Is it just a case of cutting the cable and feeding live, neutral and earth into the relevant places or is it more complicated?
There are two wires in the power cord of your bathroom fan. Buy an electrical plug with a built-in switch. The plug has two terminals in it. Just get the two wires of the bathroom fan to the two terminals of the electrical plug. Secure all bare wires along the line with an electical tape. Get this done, and send us your e-mail it this help you.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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