• ElekTek Light Pull Chain Wooden Drop With 80cm Matching Chain
SKU: SIN_948058
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ElekTek Light Pull Chain Wooden Drop With 80cm Matching Chain

£9.29
Colour
Pine / Chrome Dark Oak / Chrome Pine / Brass Antique Pine / Brass Dark Oak / Brass Mahogany / Brass
Description
Description

ElekTek Light Pull Chain Woden Drop With 80cm Matching Chain - choose your finish

Easy to install - supplied with a FREE matching cord to chain connector - now you can hide the join!

Replace your old fashioned Pull Cord with this modern decorative pull chain and enhance and co-ordinate the décor of your bathroom or living area.

Old fashioned Pull Cords used for lighting switches, fans and blinds, absorb dust and dirt, getting grubbier over time, detracting from your bathroom or living area’s appearance.

Pine Wooden Drop Chrome fob - Approx dimensions 65mm High x 18mm Diameter.

Dark Oak Wooden Drop Chrome fob - Approx dimensions 65mm High x 18mm Diameter.

Pine Wooden Drop Brass fob - Approx dimensions 65mm High x 18mm Square.

Antique Pine Wooden Drop Brass fob - Approx dimensions 65mm High x 18mm Diameter.

Dark Oak Wooden Drop Brass fob - Approx dimensions 65mm High x 18mm Diameter.

Mahogany Wooden Drop Brass fob - Approx dimensions 65mm High x 18mm Diameter.

  • Every fob chain comes complete with a FREE 2-piece screw together cord connector (not the extension)
  • 3.5mm / 0.135" ball chain
  • Chain length 800mm / 31" (optional 800mm extension available)
  • Can be shortened to suit
  • Match the pull chain to your décor
  • Use on pull switches, blinds and ceiling fans

Installation Instructions

If used for a light switch, connect to the pull cord externally, just as it leaves the switch, 800mm of chain is quite sufficient for this purpose. If used for fans or blinds the chain can easily be shortened to suit.

Unscrew the Connector. Attach the Light Cord by threading the cord through the first section of the separated Connector and making a small knot in the cup.

Attach the Pull Chain to the second section of the Connector by removing the loop from the end of the chain. Insert the ball chain by threading in to the second section of the connector and re-attach the loop. You can then screw the Connector together, neatly combining the Light Cord and Pull Chain

WARNING - ELECTRICITY CAN KILL (Never connect a Pull Chain inside a ceiling switch as there will be a risk of electrocution)
IF IN ANY DOUBT CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN