I wonder if the bulb thinks it is losing power (electricity), and then thinks it has been restored?
If that’s the case, it might be “solved” by setting the bulb not to turn itself off after a power outage. I did this with the bulbs in the bedroom after we had a power ‘flicker’ and all the bedroom lights turned themselves on in the middle of the night. My wife, a very light sleeper, was not pleased to wake up in a fully illuminated room.
I’ll tell a story on myself that may make you feel a little better.
Sometime last year during “Stay At Home”, I had ordered replacement cleaning fluid for my electric razor from Amazon. I had thought that I had another one (I usually order more when I take the last one out of the closet, but had clearly failed to to so) so by the time I realized that I didn’t have one, I already needed one. Due to Covid, UPS deliveries were severely delayed. Instead of 2-3 days it was like 2 weeks. It was supposed to be delivered on a Friday, and I very much felt the need to have it by the time it was supposed to arrive. (I’d been trying to clean the razor manually, but it still reported itself as being in severe need of a “real” cleaning.)
The day it was supposed to arrive, some shipping delay happened, and I realized that Friday morning it was not going to arrive until Monday.
I just sort of reached my tipping point. (Some might say “snapped”.)
I went online searched all of the area stores (which were only open for ‘curb side pickup’) and while most of them listed it as “in stock” what they meant was “We can mail it to you.”
I finally found that they had what I needed at the local “Bed, Bath, and Beyond”. It was about 3:00 p.m. and they were open until 5:00 p.m. I placed the order, hoping that they really did have it in stock for actual pickup.
About 20 minutes later I received a confirmation that the order was received and ready for pickup.
As I was backing out of the garage, I hit the door frame with the passenger-side mirror.
I had backed out of the garage hundreds of times before, but I had forgotten that I was a little further over because there was something in the garage I was trying to edge a little away from when I had pulled in.
When I pulled up to “Bed, Bath, and Beyond” an employee brought out my purchase and said, “Oh, man… what happened to your mirror?” which was dangling next to the open window he was using to put the bag into the car.
At the time, avoiding manslaughter charges seemed like a minor miracle.
Replacing the side mirror cost somewhere around $750.