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So the other day a closet light and bathroom light (share a wall) wouldnt come on. The outlets work but no lights. Yesterday they started working again but now my bedroom lights wont come on. Ceiling fan works and outlets work but no lights. Can anyone help?
 

Pete999

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Probably a loose connection somewhere.

Do you have RCD in your fuse board?
The poster is from the US Mate, probably not sure what an RCD is as they call them GFCIs over the Pond
 

Megawatt

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So the other day a closet light and bathroom light (share a wall) wouldnt come on. The outlets work but no lights. Yesterday they started working again but now my bedroom lights wont come on. Ceiling fan works and outlets work but no lights. Can anyone help?
I agree with CID it sounds like you have a bad connection, does 1 circuit control the outlets and lights you described
 

Pete999

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Pete999 I’m going send you some wire nuts since you like them so much. LOL
Thanks Mate appreciated, I'll PM my address for you, on second thoughts though I have plenty from my tome in the US and Canada, not that I would ever contemplate using them of course, I'm sure you will understand my reluctance.
 

Megawatt

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Thanks Mate appreciated, I'll PM my address for you, on second thoughts though I have plenty from my tome in the US and Canada, not that I would ever contemplate using them of course, I'm sure you will understand my reluctance.
All I ever use them for is small stranded wire not solid wire and nothing over # 10awg
 

Pete999

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All I ever use them for is small stranded wire not solid wire and nothing over # 10awg
Sent you my UK address just in case. Please send me some, don't mind paying postage
Pete999
 

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