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Registered Electrician Required

Posted by Jason L.

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Glenroy, VIC

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Thursday, 24th Aug 2017
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The down lights ( about 6 of 14 Halogens) in the ground level of my house have slowly started to give way. Replacing the bulbs does not help. Sometimes, one of the supposedly dead lights will flicker on for a brief moment, so I suspect there may be an issue in the wiring.

I need a registered electrician to investigate and fix the issue. The light bulbs will be provided by myself.

Price to include all materials and installation.
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Hi Jason,
Happy to help you out with this task.
I am a licensed electrician and a registered electrical contractor with my own insurance.
My offer includes labour only and a Certificate of Electrical Safety lodged with Energy Safe Victoria.
Transformers if required are an extra $10 each which is payable in cash on the day.
Charlie
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Hi Jason....We will fix everything for you.Transformers...low voltage socket leads are all included in my price.Thanks
Daniel..You shouldn't advise customer to do it yourself.You gonna be in trouble if something goes wrong.Also if you wanna do the job just quote according to the description.Dont confuse the customer.
Are they just plug in all on plug bases?
Jason L.poster
Yep. But no matter what I plug in, doesn't work. The one next to this works 😑
You have a broken wire or active somewhere generally if the one before is working but the ones after aren't the break is at the last light that is working. If your handy I'd turn the switch off or power and have a look yourself if not get someone out should be an easy fix
Do you want a price to just change them all to a proper led?
Jason L.poster
I've already bought the LEDs thinking that was the issue. However, it appears that only about half of them works (the LEDs are fine but not the 'socket')
My price is to fix 6 downlights including materials.
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