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How to connect the Lexman two-button switch

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  • Level 8  
    I warmly welcome

    I have such a switch purchased in the Leroy Merlin store and three cables in the installation on which I have two types of lamps. And now my question after just like in the picture, only one type of lamp is lit, but the other does not work at all. What I'm doing wrong

    I am asking for help and thank you in advance for it How to connect the Lexman two-button switch
  • Level 35  
    Canadian82 wrote:
    three cables in the installation on which I have two types of lamps.

    How are these two types, can you explain it somehow?
    What power do you have on the vein?
  • Level 8  
    I think the power is on a brown vein. Two keys (one key activates one lamp, the second one runs the other lamp, but only one button works, switching on the light in one lamp the other button does not work. It's so chaotic as much as the knowledge allows ...
  • Level 35  
    Have you already had the switch installed so far and now replace it?
  • Level 8  
    No switch is mounted new, but when I plug the old switch, on which there are only three terminals, it works ... and here nothing: /
  • Helpful post
    Automation Specjalist
    Eh the hero in his own home :)
    Do you see the wiring diagram on the sticker?
    This is a double stair switch. Wanting to use it as so-called you need to make a jumper between L1 and L2 and additionally connect the phase wire there. You connect the lamp outlets under X1 and X4 or X2 and X3.
  • Level 8  
    thanks for the quick answer tomorrow I will come to the apartment and check

    greetings
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    Level 35  
    You had a candlestick connector, and you bought a double staircase, but you can connect it. Attach the blue wire to the upper clamp on the left side, leave the black one in place, connect the brown wire to the upper middle clamp and make a bridge to the bottom center clamp with a piece of wire.
  • Level 39  
    krzysiek7 wrote:
    you leave the black in its place


    How do you know that brown is power :?:
  • Level 1  
    I have the same cables as the author of this thread and such a double light switch as in the picture.
    How to connect the Lexman two-button switch

    And where L is in the middle, of course I connected the phase, on the left I connected the blue cable and on the right black. And the effect is that one button lights a chandelier, the second button lights from the suspended ceiling, but the first button from the zerandol if it is turned off, it also extinguishes the lights from the suspended ceiling, although the other button is still on. how to bite it so that each button turns on the light independently.
  • Level 39  
    ekwador15 wrote:
    And where L is in the middle, of course I connected the phase, on the left I connected the blue cable and on the right black. And the effect is that one button lights a chandelier, the second button lights from the suspended ceiling, but the first button from the zerandol if it is turned off, it also extinguishes the lights from the suspended ceiling, although the other button is still on. how to bite it so that each button turns on the light independently.


    Plug the power cord into place, you have misplaced the phase wire.