How to fix broken Christmas Lights – DIY

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Soon it will be time to set up the Christmas lights outside! Don’t get stuck throwing away old Christmas lights just because you can’t figure out why they won’t work!
How to fix broken Christmas LightsDon’t throw them away! What about your Pre-Lit Christmas tree with a couple branches that the lights wont work on? Don’t hang more lights, or even throw away the entire tree!

Fix the broken Christmas Light wires with a simple CLICK!

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This was in no way a paid review. In fact I have never talked with anyone from their company! I just really love being able to fix my old Christmas lights!

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26 COMMENTS

  1. It is obviously mandatory for everyone to set up a http://creekstoneoutdoors.com/
    arrangement for Christmas but that does not mean that you need to spend a
    fortune on the process. Christmas lights are quite prone to being broken
    because they are fragile and only used once or twice a year. This guide for
    fixing Christmas lights is very helpful for anyone who does not want to buy new
    lights every Christmas.

  2. I wish i had this a week ago. I threw away 5 or 6 strings of light because they were “broken”. I need to get one of these.

  3. throw them away and buy a new set! thats what o do….i have no patience for that!!! lol…

  4. Thank you, I have one and now I understand how it works. I thought I had to figure out which bulb was out first but nope.

  5. its my best friend at Christmas time or anytime im hanging lights for holidays…

  6. Home depot has trade in on those light you get either $3.00 $4.00 or $5.00 coupons for a new set in led lights

  7. I don’t get it how do you know which bulb is bad if you have a row of unlit Christmas lights?

  8. Hmm.I was planning to buy a prelit tree because I hate getting tangled up on stringed lights and having probs finding which bulbs are blown… apparently the prelit ones aren’t any better. :-/ guess I’ll just buy one of these and stick with the strings

  9. Last year I took all of the lights off of my 8′ (very full) prelit tree. I loved the tree so much, but got so frustrated with the lights. I’ll never buy another prelit tree. After this one, they’ll all be real. When the lights go bad, I try by best to find the culprit with the light gun. If my best isn’t good enough, hello new lights.

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