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What would cause the lights in a room to start making a faint buzzing sound that starts and stops continuously?


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2004-12-08 14:50:20
2004-12-08 14:50:20

A loose lightbulb in the socket would cause this problem. Turn the light switch off, wait for the bulbs to cool, and check to see if they are screwed all the way in. This could also be caused by someone using heavy-duty equipment nearby. Perhaps a neighbor is using a power saw?


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