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    Depending on the type of flickering it could be different causes. If the flickering is almost constant, and close to or half the frecuency of the power line (60Hz, 30Hz), it may be due to the transformer working close to it's maximum capacity (it's called ripple at the rectifier's output, and sometimes a larger condensator can be of help). If the flickering is quite random and unpredictable, it maybe something else (cables, or even some malfunctioning lamp). Note: for six 7W lamps, you'll need 42W rectifier output. – Simón Apr 18 at 5:00
  • Thank you for your answer. Total wattage according to the labels from the box is 42W (6fixtures @7W), based on the reviews apparently they draw double of what it's spec. That's why I went ahead and bought 96watt transformer. – Vlad Sokoli Apr 18 at 14:12
  • Also the flickering it's a mix mix, start out flickering rapidly, then slow down, some actually only flicker every 8 seconds – Vlad Sokoli Apr 18 at 14:14
  • Do you have any other external artifact that could interfer with the proper functioning of the lamps, such as dimmer or motion sensor? Have you tested each lamp individually to discard cabling issues? – Simón Apr 18 at 16:02
  • You might try turning off all other items in your house via flipping the switches in your panel to see if there is a device on the other circuits. This is a LOT easier than going around the house to turn everything off and no chance of missing something – Ack Apr 18 at 16:48

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