Thanks in advance for any input you may have. My problem is flickering of recessed lights when using a dimmer switch. I have six (6) 60 watt halogen bulbs in recessed fixtures wired as a three way with a lutron dimmer on one switch. This particular dimmer switch is in a three-gang box with two other dimmers which are also part of three way switches. A 20 amp breaker services these. I get significant, but sporadic, flickering under specific circumstances: when the dimmer controlling the six halogen bulbs is dimmed below halfway and the other two switches are off I will get flickering. When I turn on one of the other switches the flickering stops. When the dimmer is set to high (not dimming much) the flickering goes away. I have already replaced the dimmer switch with a new one (still flickers) and also replaced it with a regular switch to see if there was flickering then, there was none. This is brand new wiring in a new addition and I checked the integrity of the connections at the panel and switches and all seems fine. Is it simply the halogen bulbs? I feel stupid for not replacing them as a first step but figured since they have a filiment and are similar to an incandesent bulb in that way it was likely something else. But now its either the bulbs or something I don't yet understand.