3 months ago, my ceiling fan light started to flickering. I had an electrician came in and it was a 5 minutes job. Paid lots. Now it happened again. I looked back at the invoice and the electrician noted "found a loose terminal with wire handing out which cause the flickering. Tightening screws and light working fine." The light bulb was also 3 months old only so i dont think it needs a replacement. What should i do? I dont want to call and pay a huge amount for a 5 minutes work again, yet playing with wire scares me. Does anyone know which screw or what components i need to tighten up? Is the screw under the light cover or the fan base cover. I didnt watch the electrician fixing up so unfortunately i didnt know what part exactly he was fixing.
Managed to open the cover with the help of my bro. It looks like the wire is exposed(?)