If the light connected to your dimmer flashes, it could be due to 2 causes:
- Each dimmable bulb, depending on the manufacturer, may have slightly different dimming ranges, so flickering can sometimes occur, or the maximum and minimum dimming levels can be affected. Each time you replace one or more light bulbs of in a lighting point, calibrate the dimmer again to ensure proper operation. During the calibration process, the dimmer verifies the user’s permitted maximum and minimum dimming levels, avoiding levels that can generate problems.
• Check that the new light bulb is a dimmable and compatible bulb. If not, replace it with a light bulb that is. Since the dimmer works with 2 wires and part of its power supply is received from the light bulb itself, these flickers can occur if the light bulb is not ready to be dimmed.