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Old 06-18-2009, 06:47 PM   #16
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Ok now I can see it more clear on that one.,

If the bulb marked 240v you should able see it on the white bulb base if that the case you are good to go there.

Now to hook up take two conductors from the bulb base to the black gimzo which I think it is a thermal switch { if recall the UK lumiaires are little diffrent than N.A. / French system is } then take the twinner I am pretty sure you have 2.5mm˛ just hook up to the termail block and cover it up properly and pop it in place { if you going to hook up to the ring circuit you will need a inline fuse holder for that } but for radial set up it is not a issue.

Before you pop that luminarie in make sure nothing above can get ingited like insluationing mataerals etc keep it 60mm away from it.

it should work good for ya.




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