I have a LED light bulb hanging from the ceiling of the attic room (European electric wiring). This setup used to be all right up until some time ago.
About a week ago I went in the attic and saw that the light although it should have been off it was actually on but dimmed somewhat. So I finished my work there and when leaving the attic I switched off the light. The light was completely turned off. Went downstairs and after some time went back to the attic. To my surprise the light bulb was again on with a dimmed power.
I also noticed that the light sometimes turns off and sometimes just dims down when I turn off the switch.
The attic has 2 lights and one of these, always this one is behaving like this. This specific problematic bulb is connected to a light switch with indicator light (similar to this one ) so when the light bulb is not entirely off (but it should since the switch is off) the indicator light is also not glowing.
Also from what I can remember (not 100% sure of) the switch should control the hot wire (the only in the switch).
Also there are 2 wires the neutral and the phase going to the bulbs. Also I want to mention that outside the house there is another LED bulb (different type/manufacturer) on the same wiring as the attic and kitchen which also is not fully turned off when the switch is off, but this one is always behaving like this, it does not turns off and dims back up later.
I know it's a long description but I wanted to get all the info out there, maybe it helps you guys help me. Thanks in advance for any advice/idea/explanation.
The switch is not designed to have a nul/neutral connected to it, nor do I have a cable near that switch (although I could install one).
How about if I replace the switch with the indicator with a simple switch (I may already have that someplace) ? Would that help ?