When a light keeps turning off on its own, it’s typically a sign that you are using the wrong bulb(s). Always start by checking compatibility of bulb(s) in your light fixture.
Some fixtures will only work with certain types of bulbs (i.e., compact fluorescent, halogen, LED).
Flush mounted and recessed ceiling light fixtures commonly contain overheating protection circuitry. You may have too large a bulb in the fixture and it is heating up. Reduce your bulb wattage to a level at or below the rating listed on the fixture. An LED bulb may be a good option, but you need to check fixture compatibility.
Chandeliers with multiple bulbs will turn themselves off if the total wattage of all the bulbs added together exceeds the maximum rating of the fixture. Reduce the total bulb wattage to a level at or below the rating listed on the fixture.
If changing the bulb(s) doesn’t resolve your issue, you should contact a professional. If you are within the warrantable period (1 year), please contact us.