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Picture of Replacing The Fuse On Halloween Lights
Halloween lights are great for decorating! They can make your haunted scenes just as, if not more interesting at night than during the day. But sometimes, (and we've all done it before), we get too overexcited and connect too many light strings together, resulting and a blown fuse, and a string of non-working lights. It is quite easy to fix this problem by replacing the fuse of the lights, all it takes are a few tools and two spare minutes.

Step 1: Materials

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You will need:

-A string of lights with a blown fuse.
-Two replacement fuses that match your voltage requirements.
-A thin tool to pry the blown fuses out of the plug.
 
djsfantasi1 year ago
So to keep them untangled, at your local grocery store buy some "old-fashioned" brown paper lunch bags. When putting the lights away, wrap them carefully around the palm of your other hand. Insert into bag. No more tangles
nerfrocketeer (author)  djsfantasi1 year ago
That's a great idea! Thanks! :)
TheGreatS1 year ago
Nice 'ible. Is you're next one detangling Halloween Lights ;)?
nerfrocketeer (author)  TheGreatS1 year ago
Haha no! That would be TOO too simple... I only did this one (and yes I know it's simple) because it doesn't come on the instructions for certain kinds of lights (namely the ones in the ible). :/
JonnyBGood1 year ago
Hey, you took my quick fix. Now I won't look like a genius when I fix it... at least you save people money in replacing lights that still work.
nerfrocketeer (author)  JonnyBGood1 year ago
Ok...?
;)
nerfrocketeer (author)  JonnyBGood1 year ago
:) :)
Cool!
Thanks!
hunter9991 year ago
Nice one! Now to un-tangle the lights....
nerfrocketeer (author)  hunter9991 year ago
Haha, yeah, that took a while...