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Burn Bright
Kennedy Nöel Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'Burn Bright' by these artists:

Grant Natalie Lately I don't recognize you The fire in your eyes is…
Jon Neufeld Your love is radiant Revealing hope within We are overtaken …
Marc Almond Pull down a star And place it in my heart Watch it…
My Chemical Romance So give me all you've got, I can take it We walked…
Natalie Grant Lately I don't recognize you The fire in your eyes is…
Roster McCabe I put a record on in the afternoon I learned that…
♦ My Chemical Romance So give me all you’ve got, I can take it We walked…

We have lyrics for these tracks by Kennedy Nöel:

Two Roads I walk these roads Don't know where they go I take the…

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Allbbrz

The trouble with the gun/tool to find the bad bulb is that you guys have to understand what the heck the gun does: it detects the eField in the wires, coming in and out of the lights AND also important, is that it only works if the wires coming in and out of the bulb is the LIVE wire... so, you have to start with the lights plugged in and if you are not detecting crap, or, detecting everything along the string, flip the plug on the wall.
Now with that information, you also should "hold" the bulb such as only the bulb and its two wires (in/out) are in your hand.
Of course, if your string went dead after a power spike, you will go mad trying to replace many bulbs, yours truly.
After untangling 3 strings from our tree, that was an ordeal in itself... I separated them in the 3 strings and that was only one of the sections..... Two of the strings were ok, but to find out the bad and still keep the others working, yeah, I had to take them out of the tree.
I found then that the dead one had almost 20 dead lamps, so I threw the string away after salvaging the good bulbs - some just had oxidized contacts... yup, I took them all 50 bulbs out and tested one by one - I cut one of the little sockets with the longest pair of wires and connected to a 2.5V power supply to quickly test them.
In the end, our Christmas tree is now 30% less lighted :-) ... but I already told wife: next burn out, I will throw away, don't bother asking me to fix.
And finally... whoever came up with the idea of 50 light bulbs in series is burning in hell !!!!

BTW1: the more lights you short like that, the more voltage the other bulbs will have over them and if it goes over 2.5V too much.... you will have very bright lights, for a short time :-)

BTW2, here's a good video showing how to use the "gun" : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H65hf7pTjbM



All comments from YouTube:

yergenflergen72

Also, just to be clear - Christmas lights are NOT low voltage; they're the same voltage coming out of the wall - 120 volts in North America, which can give you quite a shock. Some LED lights have a transformer that converts them to low voltage, but not incandescent lights.

James Jedamski

JUst so everybody knows, when you remove one of the bulbs from the series circuit you are actually increasing the voltage across the balance of the remaining bulbs.The voltage increase is insignificant on the first couple that you may remove using this fix ....but after cutting out 3 or 4 I would replace the string of lights or the whole tree.

Anne Marie Tsitiridis

James Jedamski hytg

Liam Zoilin

Just so you know a wire nut doesn't look tacky if you have the right size wire nut but a better alternative would be a heat shrink butt connector and they do make those for 22 gauge wire which those Christmas lights more than likely have as far as the wire. The electrical tape may be a decent insulator but just twisting them together isn't all that safe. The part that burned out in the bulb by the way is called a filament. One summer working as a helper doesn't make someone an electrician. When you've worked 21 years in electrical work, that might qualify a person as an electrician.

Neil Lobro

@Turo Tales mouldable plastic

Turo Tales

Liam Zoilin Wire nuts still look tacky if they're visible, even if they are the right size. Heat shrink is definitely better than electrical tape. This video is not an elegant solution, but it worked with the materials I had on hand.

Probably safest just to buy a new tree or string it with new lights.

Thanks for the comment!

lmdetect

I have fixed a lot of light strings with my Lightkeeper Pro. That thing is awesome. Once you learn how to use it properly, it's a huge time saver.

John

I think the black bulb holders you are finding indicate that the bulb is fusible. If you clip it off and splice the wires, you are in effect bypassing the fuse protection.

Turo Tales

True.

Allbbrz

The trouble with the gun/tool to find the bad bulb is that you guys have to understand what the heck the gun does: it detects the eField in the wires, coming in and out of the lights AND also important, is that it only works if the wires coming in and out of the bulb is the LIVE wire... so, you have to start with the lights plugged in and if you are not detecting crap, or, detecting everything along the string, flip the plug on the wall.
Now with that information, you also should "hold" the bulb such as only the bulb and its two wires (in/out) are in your hand.
Of course, if your string went dead after a power spike, you will go mad trying to replace many bulbs, yours truly.
After untangling 3 strings from our tree, that was an ordeal in itself... I separated them in the 3 strings and that was only one of the sections..... Two of the strings were ok, but to find out the bad and still keep the others working, yeah, I had to take them out of the tree.
I found then that the dead one had almost 20 dead lamps, so I threw the string away after salvaging the good bulbs - some just had oxidized contacts... yup, I took them all 50 bulbs out and tested one by one - I cut one of the little sockets with the longest pair of wires and connected to a 2.5V power supply to quickly test them.
In the end, our Christmas tree is now 30% less lighted :-) ... but I already told wife: next burn out, I will throw away, don't bother asking me to fix.
And finally... whoever came up with the idea of 50 light bulbs in series is burning in hell !!!!

BTW1: the more lights you short like that, the more voltage the other bulbs will have over them and if it goes over 2.5V too much.... you will have very bright lights, for a short time :-)

BTW2, here's a good video showing how to use the "gun" : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H65hf7pTjbM

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