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100 watt Incandescent light arcing

100 watt Incandescent light arcing

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A $1 store 100 watt Incandescent light failing and arching

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Album name:RyanKorponay12 / Lamps
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Date added:Apr 06, 2019
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Date Time:2019:04:06 18:31:48
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High Intensity
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Apr 06, 2019 at 05:35 PM Author: High Intensity
I also have a photo of an incandescent bulb arcing (seen here).

Old lighting is, and will always be, the best lighting.

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Apr 06, 2019 at 07:34 PM Author: Keyless
Had this happen to me about 9 times over two decades. Most of them were in GE BR30 flood lights, one BR40 (again GE) another in a range hood bulb and another in a dinning room lamp. The bulb would flicker a bit and make a distinct buzzing almost high pitched ring. If you turned the lamp off and back on it would not light. Was able to bet on it once lol- good times lol.


I'm guessing the filament breaks down in a weak spot, ionizes the gas fill and it arcs across- but thats just me guessing.
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