As the title says can voltage fluctuation cause thermostats to flare up?
I noticed light (led bulbs) would randomly flicker (but its not consistent) It happens at most twice a day, or once every few days As per my research, this can be caused by noise in electricity or voltage fluctuation
I know this can shorten the life of LED bulb and can also damage other electrical devices can this also damage electric thermostats and cause them to flare up?
I am bit super paranoid, that this could happen, and troubleshooting voltage issue seem like a very hard problem long story short, unless the electrician see the problem happen in front of him, they cant do much, and as I said the light blinking happens at most twice a day, or once every few days so the chance that the electrician will see it happen, or be able to measure it during his visit is very small
I am not super worried about changing LED bulbs every two years, instead of ten I am more worried, it would cause serious damage to more critical devices, specifically thermostats, and wonder how can I protect myself
I need to add, that the current thermostats are only one year old And we changed them because the old one did just that flare up (i.e. raise temp to the max, then reset), but the old thermostats, were very old, so its unclear if they were damaged because of voltage fluctuation or because they were old
The other thing I noticed is my LED bulbs not reaching near the 10 years claim ( and the random blinking )