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Re: Circuit Breakers NOW Switch

Everybody was so helpful I thought I would try another dumb question.

The combined light/ventilator switch in my bathroom has failed.
I bought a new one but it has new technology, see photo! I am used to screws to connect cables.
I assume to connect a new cable I just push down on the "u" shaped coloured plastic bits?
But how do I disconnect the cables from the existing same type of switch? I found a Utube video that shows them just being pulled out with pliers which seems a bit primitive.

Also, the switch is clearly marked with "top" but the existing one is installed with "top" at the bottom; some sort of Swiss humour I suppose?

Thanks for any help/tips.
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