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Anyone got any pictures of jobs they’ve done using a joint box in loft instead of taking all cables back to your switch position? Eg Spots, Fan, Mirror as our next job has all wall paper on walls so may be a better option just curious to see what it’s like.
 
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buzzlightyear

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Anyone got any pictures of jobs they’ve done using a joint box in loft instead of taking all cables back to your switch position? Eg Spots, Fan, Mirror as our next job has all wall paper on walls so may be a better option just curious to see what it’s like.
why Bradley you show us yours and we will show ours .
 

Charlie_

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If it means less work/cable and no need for neutrals at switches then use JBs or even better - 4 terminal click flow connectors
 
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Toneyz

If you are fitting downlights the maybe Hager 501 downlighter j.b.?
 
Large plastic adaptable box , glands and loads of wagos
 
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It’s all well and good using JBs in the loft, until they board it over.
 

Charlie_

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I would just 3 plate to the first in-line connector.
 

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