LED lamps are supposed to last for years. If you're like me, you've got light bulbs after just a few months.
Before blaming the company that made them, you should know that there is a chance that it's not necessarily the manufacturer's fault. There are some user errors that can reduce the life of your LED.
Do not dislodge your lamp
Many LED lamps are not suitable for use with closed lights such as ceiling fans. In the enclosed area, the bulb can flicker because the air circulation is insufficient and it comes to overheating. Flickering and heat are tuberculosis.
A good rule of thumb is if the diameter of the light bulb and headlight is less than 1
Do not let it get too cold or too hot.
LEDs should be used in rooms of 50 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit (10 to 27 degrees Celsius) for optimal longevity. This is because the incandescent lamp operates substantially harder at low temperatures to warm up and become bright. At higher temperatures, heat can damage components and shorten their lifespan, Energy Star said.
Adjust Your Power Source
It is important that you adjust the power of your lamp or overhead headlamp to match your incandescent bulb if you want the lamp to last. Too much wattage through an incandescent lamp can quickly wear out.
If you do not know what wattage you need, have a look at the device or lamp near where the light bulb is screwed. A golden sticker should be installed that tells you exactly what type of light bulb performance is best.
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Do not turn around
When you were a child, did your parents ever call you because you repeatedly turned the light switch on and off? It turned out that they were up to something.
Each time an LED is turned on, the bulb is additionally stressed. So if you have a kid who likes to freak, imitate your parents and tell them to turn it off.