Sometimes your computer can give you an error that pre-lit black christmas tree lights are in the process of troubleshooting. There can be several reasons for this error to appear.
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Question: Top Not Working Due To Pre-lit Tree?
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The lower part behind the upper part of some pre-lit trees has faded. These lamps are probably connected in parallel, so if one goes out, the others remain on. The entire top is the same wire and I have checked every bulb in the BTM part that is off and all the pins and sockets are safe in the socket. I even checked the fuses although the end of the wire is indeed still on.
If I remove the light bulb, everything will be ready. If I swap the light bulb with the section to be replaced and with Oops, which I already checked, the assembly will still remain dark. This means nothing. I do not know what to do. Suggestions?
You say you’ve checked the fuses, but sometimes it’s hard to tell if they’re working properly.
Be sure to check all the fuses – read the instructions.
I suffer from reading many threads like this and they seem very confusing and unresolvable.
I would probably suggest finding your instructions/label completely on the wood/keep the receipt and contact the manufacturer as they can tell you more and more about your fixture than anyone else. The companies are usually very helpful and can replace the lamps for free.
If you can’t find the manufacturer’s address, try buying it from where you bought it. If you have it, a 2-3 year supply will most likely be enough.
You can still post your test questions on some forums, I couldn’t find the details.
Sorry, that’s all I can offer, but usually someone on the forums can help.