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Kasp3r

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Hi guys, was wondering if i could get some help.

I have a original light in the livingroom and we just built a extension, I wonna put a light in the extension with its own awitch but there is no way to run a fresh cable from the junction box.

Is it possible to rewire the livingroom light so I can some how get power from it to feed the new switch and light?

Thanks in advance
 
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Submains

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Simple really.
Get the builder back and ask him why it's a bit dark in your new extension.
 

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or call in a qualified spark and get it done right.
 
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Submains

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Perhaps this chap can help.
 

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Swicade

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To answer the OP's question....yes it is possible.
 
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Octopus

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What you need is a competent spark round to look at what you want. Only they, by looking at the house, will be able to say how it could be done.
 
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MKS

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Apparently Jim use to fix it! Shame really :)
 
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steveberry11

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Get a competent and qualified electrician in now of an undertaker later.
 
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Kasp3r

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Can nobody explain how it's done so I can try myself and save abit of money?
 
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audreyhudges

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Yes, you can rewire the living room. For more safety you can call someone that who has a knowledge when it comes to electrical wiring. It is better to be safe rather than having a short circuit.
 

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