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The Secret To Longer Lasting Light Bulbs

The Key To Long Lasting Light Bulbs – I have two recommendations that I’m sure will help your light bulbs last longer, and this should be considered whenever light bulbs are being installed on ceiling fans and in areas where there may be a level of any type of vibration.


How To Make Your Light Bulbs Last Longer
Electrical Question: I have a five 25 watt candle style  bulbs in a chandelier with a dimmer switch, the Bulbs keeps burning out often, why is this happening?

This home electrical question came from: Carsom, a Homeowner from London.

Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your home electrical lighting question Carsom.

The Key To Long Lasting Light Bulbs

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