DN> The lights in two rooms keep getting dim, the they're on the same circuit.
DN> Here's the weird thing. When I listen to a battery powered radio, I hear
DN> static at the same time the lights dim.
DN> I thought maybe a light fixture in one room had a problem, but they go dim
DN> independently. What I mean is if the lights in one room are off, the other
DN> room still has the problem
If the lights are one the same circuit then the problem is ahead of
where the separation is, such as a common junction box, or possibly in
the service panel.
Personally I don't like going inside the service panel even though I'm
comfortable after the wiring comes out. Your message indicates you
are unfamiliar with electricity and therefore it would be safer to
hire an electrician. He (or she) will probably find a loose connection
and fix it in less than an hour.
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