Can anyone help,
I have a lighting/wiring problem, I have two lights in front room controlled by one dimmer switch, the problem is one stays on permanently and one switches on and off and dims.
The switch wire goes to the light that goes on and off, then the second light (the one staying on) is fed from that light by a single 3 core 1.5m cable.
The light staying on only has the one cable entering it, the other has 4 cables entering.
The configuration in the light staying on is one single earth (green/yellow), one single neutral (black) and one single live (red), each seperated into the light fitting in seperate terminals.
The configuration in the light switching off is currently all four live wires (red) bundled together into a seperate terminal block (not connected to light fitting), three neutral wires (black) all bundled together going into the neutral of this light, all four earth wires (green/yellow) bundled together going into the earth of this light and one neutral wire (black with a red sleeve) going into the live of this light, something is obviously wrong but I can't figure out what it is, any help would be much appreciated