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This must be bread and butter stuff for any qualified electrician which I'm not so please bear with me.

I've just installed a Nuaire extractor fan in the bathroom. It has continuous trickle mode plus up to 30 minutes run on timer but I'm unable to take advantage of these because the fan is behind a pull switch that is also connected to the lights in the bathroom so there's no power going to the fan when the light is off. I had to connect live to both live (L) and switch live (SL) in the fan as I don't have SL separately.

If I wanted to feed continuous current to the fan, would I have to get the entire bathroom rewired? Presumably this is a fairly straightforward task to any qualified electrician and wouldn't cost too much to complete?
 
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