How do you get a stuck fuse out of Christmas lights?
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Then, how do you get the fuse out of Christmas lights?
Replace the fuses.
- Place the fuses into the fuse socket. Don't force them in.
- Make sure both fuses are secure before closing the plug door. They should be firmly in place in the grooves of the fuse socket.
- Close the plug door. Use the small flathead screwdriver or kitchen knife to cover the fuses back up.
Subsequently, question is, why does my Christmas lights keep blowing a fuse? There must be a sufficient power source to generate the energy necessary to light all those little bulbs. If you connect too many lights to one power source, you'll end up blowing a fuse, and none of the lights will work.
Also Know, how can you tell if a Christmas light fuse is blown?
Step 1 Blown Fuses With the plug in hand, slide the door marked "Open" in the direction pointed by the arrow. Remove the two fuses, and inspect them by looking at them up against a bright background (such as the sky). If the fuse is good, you should see an unbroken strand of wire running between the two metal contacts.
What causes Christmas lights to turn black?
If all or part of a string of lights is dark the problem may be a broken filament or a faulty shunt. (A shunt is a device that allows current to continue flowing through a circuit by creating a path of lower resistance than the original path.