Electric velux

Discussion in 'Electricians' Talk' started by TheNotoriousG.A.V, Nov 27, 2020.

  1. TheNotoriousG.A.V

    TheNotoriousG.A.V New Member

    I have 3 electric veluxes in extension. They come with a 3pin plug attached. Manual says you can cut off 3pin and connect fused spurs if you want to. If I put them on their own circuit can’t I just extend all 3 back to the board?
     
  2. sparko69

    sparko69 Screwfix Select

    All you are going to do is cause problems where there are none. If it was a good idea to extend all 3 and connect at the board then the manual would have suggested it is a good idea.
    Stick with the plug or install spurs they are your options.
     
  3. TheNotoriousG.A.V

    TheNotoriousG.A.V New Member

    yeah I know you’re right it’s just would need access to spurs and will look **** if visible. Will hide in cupboard somewhere.
     
  4. Philip Hyde

    Philip Hyde Screwfix Select

    Why will you need access to the spur mine is in the loft so I can isolate it if working on it and I just use the remote control to open and close it
     
  5. sinewave

    sinewave Screwfix Select

    Spurs or 1G Sox.

    Anything else will be grief when they fail and need replacing.
     
  6. spinlondon

    spinlondon Screwfix Select

    Run a circuit to the 3 spurs.
     
  7. Lectrician

    Lectrician Screwfix Select

    They’re usually done with unswitched fused spurs on reveal adjacent to velux.
     

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