The world has embraced the LED light in place of the incandescent bulb. LED lights are infinitely more efficient. They last for thousands of hours, tend to use much less electricity, can be dimmed or turned up, and are generally a softer intensity. Even with all its advantages, however, the LED light can require occasional intervention. In other words, LED lights may start to flicker after a while. You may not even notice it at first, but flickering LED lights require your attention. In fact, you may find that they even fade out or fail to turn on. In these cases you may want to rely on the following advice to get to the root of the problem.