How would an electrician tackle this? I have a "Straight Loop-In Batten Lamp Holder BC 2.52" (8215D) in my hand. I'm interested to know the correct way to access the electric-wire connection/fixing screws. The screws are close to the plastic shell and can't be accessed directly with a screwdriver. Imagine a line along the centre (rotating axis) of any of the three terminal screws. Moving along that line away from the screw (effectively along the shaft of a screwdriver) and you meet plastic within a few mm, making a screwdriver access impossible. As far as I can see the only option is to remove the securing cross-head screw at the centre of the unit, taking much of the thing apart, exposing loose springs etc, then secure the wiring and reassemble. Seems a faff at the top of a ladder and there must surely be a better way - and I'm sure a professional electrician would not go to that trouble. Poor design or have I missed something? What would YOU do (apart from not choose that product!)? Thank you for any insight.