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I have a customer that had a conversion in her house and had a bathroom added downstairs. 3 months later and now when you turn on either of the 2 way switchs in the kitchen the main fuse blows!
I went round to have a look but I am a little stumped. The Kitchen lights have all been replaced with downlights and re-wired before the new ceiling went up. I have checked all the fittings, lamps etc and all look fine. The only way I could get her lights (except the kitchen) to work was to dissconect the common from one of the kitchen switches. Then all the other lights downstairs wold work.
Any ideas on what other causes there are for this??

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roger
 
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