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Niall C.
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I am an electrical home inspector. In my opinion the first thing is to look for double drops in the main box. ( 2Two wires on one breaker is a double drop). This can overload the circuit and cause flickering and a lot of other problems. If there are no double drops you need to test voltage. It may be something from meter,the meter; if you are not getting proper voltage call the power company and have them check voltage and grounding.

I am an electrical home inspector. In my opinion the first thing is to look for double drops in the main box. ( 2 wires on one breaker is double drop). This can overload circuit and cause flickering and a lot of other problems. If no double drops you need to test voltage. It may be something from meter, if you are not getting proper voltage call the power company and have them check voltage and grounding.

I am an electrical home inspector. In my opinion the first thing is to look for double drops in the main box. (Two wires on one breaker is a double drop). This can overload the circuit and cause flickering and a lot of other problems. If there are no double drops you need to test voltage. It may be something from the meter; if you are not getting proper voltage call the power company and have them check voltage and grounding.

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I am an electrical home inspector. In my opinion the first thing is to look for double drops in the main box. ( 2 wires on one breaker is double drop). This can overload circuit and cause flickering and a lot of other problems. If no double drops you need to test voltage. It may be something from meter, if you are not getting proper voltage call the power company and have them check voltage and grounding.