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How to Fix Christmas Tree Lights

It's the most wonderful time of the year … until the lights on the tree stop twinkling. Don't let one burned out bulb ruin the merriment. Read on to learn how to check – and fix – the lights on your real or artificial Christmas tree.

1. Check the Fuses

On most strings of lights or pre-lit trees, fuses are located within the plugs. Slide open the plastic covering and check the fuses. Functioning fuses should have clear glass, whereas a broken fuse will have tinted or cloudy glass. Larger pre-lit trees may have multiple plugs, so be sure to check each one. If a fuse is blown, carefully replace it and plug the lights in to see if they are working properly.

2. Check the Strand and Outlet

Make sure the wiring between lights is untangled and undamaged. If the plastic coating is damaged or the wires are frayed, discard the lights and use a different set. Also check any extension cords or power strips, sockets, and electrical plugs, as there may be a fault preventing electricity from reaching your lights at the base.

3. Check Each Bulb

Use a light bulb tester to check each bulb one by one. Plug in the lights and either slide the bulb through the hole on the tester or touch each bulb, depending on how your light tester works. Be sure to check all bulbs on a strand or tree as there could be multiple bulbs that need to be replaced. Unplug the lights before replacing bulbs. It's also possible that bulbs may just be loose and breaking the electrical current that runs through the light strand, especially in light sets that advertise continuous use despite a burned-out bulb. Check that the metal wires sticking out from the base of each bulb are aligned correctly to ensure the electrical current is flowing through the entire strand.

4. Store Lights Properly

String lights are delicate and are not meant to last forever. Most classic sets of lights can last one to three seasons, while LED lights can last significantly longer. To avoid broken strands, remove string lights from your unlit Christmas tree gently. Plug them in after removal to ensure they still work, then carefully wrap the lights on a reel or in the original packaging.


Whether you have a real, artificial, or pre-lit Christmas tree, these tips can help keep your holiday spirits high and your tree glowing for years to come. Find trees, lights, and everything else you need for the holiday season here at Hayneedle.

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