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Hi,

Firstly sorry if this is in the wrong thread

Our kitchen light went yesterday from closer inspection it appears the Dimmable electronic transformer 4104.00 has gone..only guessing as loud buzzing coming from the unit, the light was a single spot unit and very old.

We live in a victorian flat so the wiring is obviously not great.

Having changed many light switches and light fittings in the past I have made the cardinal sin of not noting the correct wire locations (I blame the 18th month old screaming daughter)

I wish to fix a new light fitting in its place but no matter what I have tried I can not get the light to ..well light up !

the light in question is linked in a loop to the light in the hallway (untouched)

When you walk in the front door and flick the switch the kitchen light turns on as does the hallway and vis versa with the hallway light.

I have attached pictures showing the wires hanging out of the ceiling in the kitchen and also the light fitting I am planning to use.

Any help on what wire goes where would be much appreciated as I need to get the kitchen light working asap

Photo 1 - Wiring coming from ceiling - 2 x black wires & 1 x yellow & 1 x light blue

Photo 2 - as above

Photo 3 - Old transformer unit

Photo 4 - blue and brown wire from old transformer unit

Photo 5 - New light fitting which I believe can be used it has 4 x light blue wires & 4 x brown wires

Thanks in advance :)
 

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