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Holiday Classic 100-Light Red Super Sphere Light (3-Pack)

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General Electric Holiday Classic 100-light Super Sphere light decoration. 6 in. diameter, 60 in. lead wire with add on ability. Red lights with red reflectors.

  • Long life GE bulbs
  • Connect multiple sets together
  • Indoor and outdoor use
  • Long 60 in. lead wire

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How to find the defective bulb?

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December 12, 2015
Trouble shooting: All 100 lights went out. How do you locate the bad bulb? What technique should be used to find it? Checked the fuses and they are both OK . Turning the plug. etc.

Tried to find the: How to fix it' on the internet but to no avail.

Next question is how to remove the bulb from the socket. Do I have to remove the shield? Broke a couple already just trying pull them over the bulb. Some shields even fall out on their own while hanging them. Or, is it possible to remove the bulb without removing the shield.?

I did find one defective 'black' bulb. Removed it and replaced it with a new one...still no lights.

Please advise me on what I should do. They are too expensive to throw away.

Thanks for your help.

Roger
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December 14, 2015
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Roger, please contact customer support and they will walk you through troubleshooting tips: www.geholidaylighting.com/support
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Are these lights separate so I can us them in three separate windows in three different rooms?

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December 8, 2015
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December 10, 2015
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yes, these are 3 separate spheres
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Can I daisy chain multiple of these light's together?

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November 7, 2013
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Hi Krishna, yes you can connect multiple set together, per the manufacture. Enjoy.
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Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by One defective bulb: cause for concern Rated it "fair' since I only got 3 years of use from the 3 sphere lights . Lights are beautiful when they work. However, I hope no one else will have the experience I had trying to find one 'defective'' bulb in the 100 bulb sphere. if you do, Hopefully you do, you will be able to return it under the 2 year warranty. It is a bummer to repair. The bright side was that Home Depot was very helpful. They located a a G.E. a 'trouble shooter' for me to contact. The G.E. Rep quickly informed me that the only way you can locate a 'defective' bulb is to: 1) remove the 'shield' from the bulb. (good luck, broke several plastic shields pulling straight up on them). 2) Remove each bulb from the socket until you find the 'bad' one. I even separated the sphere into ''two halves...making it easier to remove each bulb and shield. No matter what half you start with...you may still have to go through the next 50 bulbs in the other half to find the problem. I asked the G.E. representative if they had any device (sensor, detector etc.) I could purchase in order to find the defective bulb or bulbs? His reply, "No, not for this product." I was fortunate to have my 'Light Keeper Pro" to: check out the two fuses; the current flowing through cord; and each bulb after being removed. After spending 3 frustrating hours removing the first 30 bulbs and shields, I decided it was time to 'chuck' my 3 sphere lights into garbage pail. Because the 3 sphere light were quite 'spendy' , I do not feel I got my 'true value out of them. December 15, 2015
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