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Changing the ceiling fan

Sugar
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Changing the ceiling fan

Hi I would like to change one fan in my living room and one in bedroom. 

Which one of the switch I should turn off before I start working on changing the ceiling fan.

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Jason
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Re: Changing the ceiling fan

@Sugar 

 

I would like to stress that Bunnings Workshop members should always use a licensed electrician for any electrical work. Don’t ever undertake electrical work yourself (or use a tradesperson who is not licensed). Performing electrical work youself puts you and your family in serious harm.

 

Stay safe,

 

Jason

 

 

 

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Sugar
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Re: Changing the ceiling fan

Thanks, @Jason I consulted a licensed electrician. He is coming to fix this. Cheers. 

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MikeTNZ
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Re: Changing the ceiling fan

@Sugar 

Generally ceiling fans are run off a lighting circuit, as in the 10A breaker, (4 from the left).

I hate to think what's in behind that panel, it looks like it was made up on the fly.............

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