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Why do the lights in the bathroom always turn off whenever I plug in my curler machine then or any other appliances?

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It could be a problem with the fuse and the circuit for the bathroom that is causing this issue to be occurring and a problem with the electricity wires and supply too and needs to be looked and inspected by an electrician to see why this is happening.

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