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I have a light fitting that i want to change in one of the rooms. Currently there is a rose ceiling light. I have changed a few of these but this room has some connections which i am not sure about.

I have some wago connectors ready but just want some advice before i start disconnecting.

which is the switch live in this photo? My Plan is to use some wago connectors to put these wires in and then use some flex cable to connect both sides.

The picture is attached with this thread. Any Advice is appreciated

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The three reds in the loop in terminal into a connector on their own. The two blacks into a connector with the neutral of the new fitting. The yellow into a connector with the live of the new fitting, the yellow should ideally be sleeved red. Put the floating unconnected blue into a connector on its own as it probably serves no purpose. The earths into a connector along with one from the new fitting if it has one.
 
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Thank you very much. i wasnt sure what the blue was doing but as mentioned i will tuck it away. Thank You
 
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