2014 Nov 22

Using 12 volt lights in a solar powered house

Author: Shellie from Christmas Light Source
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Using 12 volt lights in a solar powered house

My conversation with Melissa started with this question: Hey Shellie, we love our 12 volt lights and are interested in more.  It looked like the product we wanted is out of stock.  Do you know when it will be available again?  In the attachments...

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2014 Nov 22

How can I install Christmas lights on shingles and gutters?

Author: Shellie from Christmas Light Source
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How can I install Christmas lights on shingles and gutters?

We receive the question regularly about installing Christmas lights under both under shingles and on gutters. Good news, all of the clips in our All-in-One series can be used: Along the edges of the shingles On your gutters Here is a photo...

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2014 Nov 22

Interview Answer #5: What about storing them?

Author: Shellie from Christmas Light Source
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Interview Answer #5: What about storing them?

Can you talk a little about why putting lights back in the box they came in is a bad idea? This question makes me smile - I don't want you to think that there is anything bad about the thought of getting those lights back in their boxes A few reasons...

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2014 Nov 21

Interview Question #4: What about a bulb burning out?

Author: Shellie from Christmas Light Source
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Interview Question #4: What about a bulb burning out?

Is the reason one bad bulb can take out an entire series of lights is that it breaks the circuit? Is that true of all light strands? When mini string lights were first manufactured a string of lights would go out if one bulb burned out because breaking...

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2014 Nov 21

Question series #3: Will I need multiple extension cords?

Author: Shellie from Christmas Light Source
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Question series #3: Will I need multiple extension cords?

Here is the third question from my interview: For shorter sets of 50 or 100 lights, it’s true that you’ll need more extension cords to plug them all in (unless you’re using LED light strings). Yes, you’ll need to either use the splitter...

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