What Causes Lights to Flicker?


Lights can flicker because of several reasons. When there is a lot of voltage going through the wires and it is being turned on and off, the supply constantly changes and this causes the lights to flicker. They can also flicker when there is an improper design of the electric system.
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What Are the Causes of Lights Flickering in a House?
The electrical system of a home, especially an older home, can be difficult to diagnose and repair. Flickering lights are a typical complaint from homeowners, and can reflect underlying problems of varying significance. However, keep in mind some... More »
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