Mini Lights – Changing a Fuse

If you have an entire set of mini lights go out, more than likely, you’ve blown a fuse. This happens when you run too many mini lights sets in series.

Check your mini lights specifications to see what the manufacturer recommends for maximum number of lights in series, follow those guidelines, replace your fuses and hopefully, you’ll be back in business.

The other alternative problem might be an unseated bulb. So, if your fuses are fine, look for a damaged bulb base or unseated bulb. (Whatever you do, don’t take out all the bulbs and reseat them – that’s just a recipe for disaster.)

Here is a quick video on where to find and how to replace the fuse in your set of mini lights.

Have a Merry Christmas and don’t run too many light sets together!!

Shellie Gardner
Christmas Light Source
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Shellie Gardner is Owner of Christmas Light Source. Formerly an Electrical Engineer, she left corporate life behind to do what every engineer wants to do and started her own business. Christmas Light Source is now one of the top online retailers of Christmas Lights. She has been married to David Robinson for 18 years and they have two lovely boys. She's thankful every day that she gets to think about Christmas lights all year long!

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