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Why Do My Lights Flickers?

Lights can flicker for various reasons. One common cause is a fluctuation in voltage, often due to the high demand for electricity during peak usage times. Flickering lights can also be a sign of a faulty or loose bulb, which can cause the connection to be intermittent. A loose or faulty electrical connection in the circuit can also cause flickering, as can issues with the electrical supply to the house or building, such as problems with the main electrical panel or a faulty service drop. If flickering lights persist, it is important to identify and address the root cause to prevent further issues.
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