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Wall Lights Fitting Guide



Safety First



If in any doubt about electrical safety, contact a qualified electrician. Installation should always be carried out by a qualified electrician or a competent person in accordance with current electrical regulation. 

Please note that all our lights require earthing.

This light must be installed in accordance with the latest edition of British Standard 7671. The electricity supply should always be isolated at its source (fuse box) before attempting any installation or maintenance. Please do not fit bulbs exceeding the maximum allowable wattage as shown on the label adjacent to the bulb holder.

Please note we do not recommend using halogen bulbs in our lights.

If the external flexible cable or cord is damaged, it should be replaced exclusively by Jim Lawrence or a similar qualified person in order to avoid a hazard. If the glass components of this light are damaged during transit, please contact Jim Lawrence to discuss replacements.

This light is rated IP44, suitable for bathroom zones 2 & 3 and exterior use. 220-240V 50Hz.
Sussex Wall Light

Wiring Diagrams



Wall light wiring
Architrave box and reducer
NB. If the wiring in your house predates the British standards regulation in 2004 to harmonise wiring colours. The colour of your wires may be different to the illustration.

Fitting Instructions



Before installing the light, switch off the mains electricity supply. If required, disconnect and remove your existing light making notes of the how the wires are positioned and connected.

These instructions apply to fitting a wall light that is intended for indoor use only. Offer the light to the wall where you would like to position your light, ensuring you have a strong fixing point – a wall stud or batten is ideal. Mark and drill the holes for the fixing screws taking care not to damage any electrical cables. Insert rawlplug’s if necessary.

We recommend you use the appropriate sealed connector block within your wall cavity to connect your light to the supply wire. Ensure the cables are fully inserted into the connector block and connect the wires in accordance with the wiring diagram.

Fix your light to the wall using the screws provided.

This information is intended as a guide only. Please see the latest IEE Wiring Regulations for full details. Jim Lawrence takes no responsibility for incorrectly installed lights & recommends that all lights should be installed by a qualified electrician. 
Grantham Wall Light

Our brilliantly simple pattresses



Wiring in period homes can be a tricky business which is why our design team have come up with this brilliantly versatile, neat little pattress to give your ceiling rose or wall light back plate extra depth.

The pattress screws onto your existing Jim Lawrence ceiling rose or back plate to give it extra space to house the external wiring.

We also have a wall fitting version for use with our Club, Holt and Fisher wall lights. Both pattresses come in all corresponding colourways to give you a subtle but practical wiring solution.
Wall mounted pattress
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