Why do we hear a buzzing noise when we use fluorescent light bulbs?


Those bulbs depend on electrons that fly from one end to the other in order to create light. excited electrons travel inside the tube, hit the inner wall and then the phosphorus atoms from that inner lining create light. there are is also a coil that controls how much electricity flows through the light bulb and, over the time, the coil wires tend to squeeze the inner magnet and it will start to make a buzzing noise.

Solution? Change the entire bulb.

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