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Domestic Lighting fault

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My brother in law has been in touch saying that his lights aren't working. He's had someone round to have a look and they've told him that Theres 240v at the neutral. Does anyone have any ideas what the reason could be?
 
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Guest123

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A lost neutral connection somewhere.

Your brother in law requires the services of a qualified electrician to diagnose and repair the fault for him.
 
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jimmymac

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We have a section on this site called 'find an electician in your area', i'm sure you'll find a forum member that would be willing to help you
 

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