A lighting fixture, otherwise known as a lamp socket or lamp holder is an outlet in your house or property, linked to your electrical system that allows you to insert certain types of lightbulbs and operate them via a switch.
If your lightbulb is flickering, it could be a sign that switch contacts are faulty, the sound of sizzling and cracking can confirm this. The usual remedy for this is having the switch replaced by a certified electrician.
If the bulb does not light up at all, it could be an issue with the bulb itself and repositioning/replacing it can help. If there is still no light, it could be an issue with your wiring or consumer unit and would require inspection by an electrician.
Improper wattage for a lightbulb can cause a fixture to overheat, it is recommended to check the wattage on the light bulb itself and the rating printed on the light fixture, installing a lower wattage bulb can help.
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