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I'm completely comfortable re-wiring regular, three wire light switches but I've got an unattached shower switch that I'm not 100% on.
It's a pretty bog-standard, ceiling mounted pull-cord ceiling switch with a little light to tell you when it is on and off. There are two sets of wires - neutral, live and earth - and two sets of holes in the switch. The switch was previously attached, so I know it's the correct switch. What I'm not entirely sure of is which side of the switch each set of wires is supposed to go in and does it matter? If I get it the wrong way around will it just not work, will it trip the fuse or will it blow my across the room?
I absolve you in advance of any responsibility for my untimely demise.