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Hi all,

Very new to electrics so please bare with me...

Just moved into a new property. Extractor fan (manrose x100h) in bathroom not working. Took of face plate to find circuit was not connected. Connected wires to correct connections (see picture). Now the fan is running but independent of the light being switched on / off. The fan continues to run non stop.

As there are two red wires coming from the ceiling rose i can not tell which is the switched live and which is the permanent live.

Could it be that the permanent live and switched live are connected to the wrong connectors.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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