Christmas lights on pre-lit tree. I have a tree with GE Constant-On lights on it.
One string wasn't lighting, but would flicker on and off when I moved a branch. I discovered that one of the bulbs on the branch was causing this. It turns out that it was the Unreplaceable fuse bulb, but not until I had taken it out.
What can I do to fix this? Can this bulb indeed be replaced?
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The bulb which burned out is what they call an Unreplacable fuse bulb. I haven't been able to buy one. I have 4 branches of tree lights out because of this problem.
Can I guy a bulb for this? How do I replace it?
I thought you could use the fuse bulb to fix yours.
Splice the new fuse bulb in to your set.
No one is carrying the fuse bulb in their stores. How can I get one?
Can you buy a set of different lights and use the spare fuse bulb that comes with the new set.
The lady at our Lowe's store wanted to give me a pack from another Constant-On light set. The spares in the sets didn't have a fuse bulb. The spares I got with my tree do not have a fuse bulb in the packet.
How can I buy fuse bulbs? I can't imagine why GE designed these lights like this. WHY SHOULD I HAVE TO BUY A WHOLE NEW SET OF LIGHTS TO GET ONE STUPID BULB?
It's their way of making more money to sell you a new string instead of just the fuse bulb.
I found this for you it tells you all about the bulb and where to look for the number you need to order the part.