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This trouble shooting chart is going on the following assumptions...

1. The lighting fixture uses incandescent light bulbs
2. The issue is isolated to one switch circuit.
3. It is not related to an electrical motor running

 

Light Flicker Trouble Shoot Chart

If the light fixture uses fluorescent light bulbs, these often do start to flicker near end of life, and sometimes all fluorescent tubes in the fixture may need replacing.

If the chart above does not solve the problem please ask our experts on our forums to help out.


By: Donald Kerr

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