What Causes Lights to Flicker?

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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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1. Start by checking to see if the light bulb that is flickering is operating properly and if it is screwed in fully. Check the bulb for dark spots on the inside. This is a sign of
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I like to think of the saying my instructor used to use in college, keep it simple. So the first thing you need to do is determine the cause of the flickering lights. It could be
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I had a friend who's lights were flickering. He had several people look into it. Electrician, Utility etc. No luck. We spent some time turning off breakers and we came to the realization
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if the bulb is flickering, you have a loose, corroded wire somewhere or the actual lamp. if its not a a regular bulb, if it a CFL( the ones with the swirls ) it might just be the
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