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I wonder if anyone could help me with this. I want to replace an old light fitting which was a bit cracked and broken. Images of old wiring below, 528 attached. Now I want to wire it up with to a new style rose images 236, 114.

When I look at the wiring diagram for the new set up of 8 connections I seem to be missing two wires. (I have 2 live 2 neutral in the diagram and 2 for the lamp) If we call the far right connection 1 and the far left connection 8 so that each connection has a number, which wires should go into which number/connection. Any help really appreciated.

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