- 1 How do I set the timer on my Bethlehem lights?
- 2 Can I take the lights off my pre lit tree?
- 3 What do you do when your pre lit tree won’t light?
- 4 How do I contact Bethlehem lights?
- 5 How many lights should I put on a 7ft tree?
- 6 How long do pre-lit trees last?
- 7 What is the white bulb on Christmas lights?
- 8 How do you find the bad bulb on Christmas lights without a tester?
- 9 Why is my pre lit tree blinking?
- 10 How do you troubleshoot Christmas tree lights?
How do I set the timer on my Bethlehem lights?
a timer is desired, press the 4, 6 or 8 HR TIMER button. To deselect the timer option, press the timer button again. Timer cycle will start when timer button is pressed. The lights will stay lit for 4, 6, or 8 hours and then switch off for the remainder of 24 hours.
Can I take the lights off my pre lit tree?
The strands are already attached to the branches of the tree, while each of the strands has individual light bulbs. If some light bulbs get burned, you can have the option of replacing those bulbs. On the other hand, you can also cut the stands to remove the entire lights and replace them with new ones.
What do you do when your pre lit tree won’t light?
Look for broken fuses in the male end of the light string, and replace using one of the extra light fuses that are included with the tree. A good fuse will have clear glass, while a broken fuse will cause the glass become tinted.
How do I contact Bethlehem lights?
Bethlehem Lights Customer Service Phone Number (877) 661-8324, Email, Address.
How many lights should I put on a 7ft tree?
We recommend 15 metres of lights for a 6ft Christmas tree, but if you have space for a larger tree, for every extra foot of height simply add another 5 metres of lights. So for a 7ft tree, we would suggest using 20 metres of lights.
How long do pre-lit trees last?
To find out about how long the pre-lit Christmas tree you are buying will last, you can check the warranty. Some companies provide a guarantee for 3-5 years.
What is the white bulb on Christmas lights?
Re: Christmas tree lights The white tipped bulb is, as has been said earlier, a fuse bulb. Fires get started by faulty tree lights.
How do you find the bad bulb on Christmas lights without a tester?
Pull out one bulb at a time, and stick a piece of folded up foil into the bulb socket. If the lights come on, you know that’s the bad bulb. If they don’t, put the bulb back in and move on to the next one. If you don’t have any replacement bulbs, you can leave the foil in until you do.
Some light strands blink because they have special bulbs that twinkle. If that’s the case with your lights, you can get rid of the twinkle feature by switching out the bulbs. However, if they aren’t marked, plug in the strand, let it warm up, and use a small piece of masking tape to mark each blinking bulb.
How do you troubleshoot Christmas tree lights?
Checking Faulty Christmas Tree Lights
- Plug the lights into an electrical outlet.
- Turn the light switch and the circuit breaker on.
- Check the fuse or fuses from the plug at the end of the light strand (usually the glass-cylinder type with a wire filament).
- If the fuse isn’t the problem, there’s a problem with a bulb.