If we have to talk about turning off the switch by using the place (main switch; like something is connected to a secondary power socket, which is in turn connected to the main socket)
So something has been connected to this socket and this is connected to the main socket
Someone is trying turn on something by turning on the switch here but the main switch has been turned off. My question is whether the following uses of "from here" and "from there" are natural. Are they?
It has been turned off from there. (while pointing there)
It has been turned off from the main socket.
And what about:
It has been turned off from here. (you are standing there and telling this to the other person)
You can turn it on from here.
You can turn it on from there.