One of my sets of Christmas lights is not lighting up at all. It has sealed non-removeable bulbs. The wiring is still fine because the socket end has power when the plug end is plugged in. There are no fuses to replace anyways.
Is there any way to find, and repair or replace, the burnt out bulb(s)?
I figure the answer is no, it's not possible, because the bulbs are sealed non-removeable, but looking for a second opinion before I dispose of them. As the photo shows, the light set is in like-new condition, no damage to wires or bulbs or plugs.
I watched a bunch of videos (YouTube search) about repairing lights and replacing fuses and bulbs. But none of those tips apply because mine are sealed non-removeable bulbs with no fuse. According to another source that makes them, they are commercial grade, higher quality and longer lasting. Until they aren't.
Close up photo details of plugs and bulbs to show that:
- Plugs do not have fuses, no tab slider to reveal fuse pocket
- Bulbs are sealed non-replaceable, they can't be pulled loose