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Old 01-06-2009, 10:44 AM   #1
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German Bathroom Cabinet with Lights


I have purchased a german bathroom cabinet with lights, but it has a switch to operate the lights, how can i get this work retro fitted. I would also like to know where I can actually get this mirror tested and a full report of what is needed to have this cabinet meet the uk specs, so I can go back to the supplier and inform them of the mistake they are making selling these

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I have purchased a german bathroom cabinet with lights, but it has a switch to operate the lights

And................?


Your post makes no sense.........to me at least.

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In the UK you have to call an electrician when a light bulb burns out.

You could ask an electrician to look at your cabinet and tell you what would need to be done.
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