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comment Is it safe to remove a plug, and wire a light fitting into the wall?
@ArgentoSapiens I intend to use a fused spur (or FCU) and place it below my shelving unit. That way I have access to a plate with the fuse in case anything goes awry. They seem to generally be available with a 13A limit, which is more than enough for my needs.
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comment Is it safe to remove a plug, and wire a light fitting into the wall?
I will attach a 5 amp fuse, thanks @Tester101
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accepted Is it safe to remove a plug, and wire a light fitting into the wall?
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comment Is it safe to remove a plug, and wire a light fitting into the wall?
@Tester101 Ah I think you have answered my question. Many thanks.
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comment Is it safe to remove a plug, and wire a light fitting into the wall?
@Tester101 thanks. So I can assume the lighting circuit isn't itself fused, that this is conventional and that the previous light was deliberately unfused?
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comment Is it safe to remove a plug, and wire a light fitting into the wall?
Not exactly. The plug itself is fused with 3A, which is then connected to the primary of the transformer. I want to remove the plug. Would these lights require a fuse when the previous did not, or is this just a precaution?
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comment Is it safe to remove a plug, and wire a light fitting into the wall?
@Tester101 outside of a plug? In a spur then? Here's the product link (this might not be the exact model). Its instructions were a bit brief and I want to be sure.
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revised Is it safe to remove a plug, and wire a light fitting into the wall?
Added note about halogen fitting
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comment Is it safe to remove a plug, and wire a light fitting into the wall?
Thanks Vebjorn - yes, Scotland.
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