There is a three-phase cable popping out of the wall exactly where I need to put a light bulb.
Is it ok if I plug only two wires to the triphasic cable, (i.e. neutral and live 1) to achieve this?
What consequences would this have (e.g. consumption?, stability?)
At home I have identified two types of cables:
- single phase cables (with their expected three wires inside).
- three-phase cables (five wires inside).
The latter has two outputs, one in the kitchen for the stove/oven, while there is another cable in the toilet (most prob for the washing machine), which I don't use at all.