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About andymet87

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  1. Hi... Im assuming that this is sorted now as its been a while since a post on this thread but... If its really stuck... depending on the light fitting it might be easier to just replace the fixing! Could even be cheaper than buying the glue!
  2. Recently I have redone the lighting in my parents house as they decided it was in need for an update! One thing they asked for was an LED nightlight that looked like it was just a normal light. So I simply used a fixing from the same range as the rest of the corridor but put an LED bulb in it... They are happy with the result... This fixing runs off its own 1 gang switch. What I would like is that when light levels in the hall fall below a certain level the night light automatically turns itself on. And then when natural light returns to the hall the night light will turn itself off. Is there

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