Question: What lengths are available for these sets?
Answer: We carry these sets in the following lengths,
Question: How many sets can be connected together?
Answer: Please see below,
37.5 ft: incandescent you can connect up to three sets for LED you can connect up to four sets
48ft:incandescent sets are non connectable. As for the LED sets we carry the shatterproof bulbs and glass bulbs. For the glass sets you can connect up to five sets, for the shatterproof you can connect up to 45 sets
100ft: these sets are non connectable.
For our different lengths it varies,but ultimately it depends on the wattage of each bulb. For example using 5 watt bulbs you can string 6 sets together, this will not exceed the 840 watts or 7Amps. 5watts x 150 (25 sockets per string) = 750 total watts.
If you would like other options for spacing and lengths, click here to see our HD stringers.
Question: What is the warranty on these sets?
Answer: Our Incandescent sets have a 2 season warranty or a 180 days if up year round. Our LED sets have a 3 season warranty.
Question: What are the sockets made out of?
Answer: The outer sockets are flexible PVC, which forms a tight water resistant seal.
Question: Can I plug these sets into a standard 120V outlet.
Answer: Our HD string sets can be plugged into a 120V.
Question: Where is the fuse located?
Answer: The 25 foot strands come equipped with a 7amp fuse. On the 25 foot strand one fuse is already in the plug. It can be located by sliding up the small slot on the male end plug. There is also a spare fuse that is attached to the wire should it be needed.
Question: Do you have replacement fuses?
Answer: If you do need a spare fuse, please contact our customer service team at 1-800-209-6122 for help.
Question: What can be used to hang these stringers?
Answer: You can use guide wire, or in some cases zip ties. It's ok to get creative with how to hang the lights, be aware though that using anything that could puncture the wire could result in the stringer no longer working.
Question: What is wrong if the bulbs do not light up once they are screwed into the socket?
Answer: These particular sockets are meant to create that airtight seal between the bulb and the socket to prevent water from getting in. We suggest wearing a glove and really screwing the bulb in tight so that it makes a connection with the bottom of the socket. If you are still not making the connection, please unplug from power, you can lift the little metal piece in the socket a bit so that it can make the connection.
Question: Do I have to fill each socket in order for it to work?
Answer: For safety reasons you should have each socket filled, it is a live circuit when plugged in. The lights will work without all sockets filled but we do not recommend you leave any sockets open.