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Hi All a little help here would be great i have had a company in to do my lights and they have tested them all however ive get a certification saying its failed  i understand that part as they have given me a list of lights that need replacing. but i thought when you had a service done that they gave you a list of past and failed ? am i wrong here!! any advice would be great.  

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A standard 3 hour test is designed to test all emergency lights, the idea being that they should all stay on for the duration of the test.

It seems that it depends on the company you use as to how the results are given, some will tell you just which lights failed the test, and some will tell you if each light passed or failed the test. You should ask the company you use for the results in a format of your choice. (They may charge extra for the admin)

 

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