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Fix Your Holiday Lights

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We stayed a hotel this past weekend and while there we walked around the grounds and viewed what they told us was over 10,000 lights! It was absolutely beautiful with all the different colors and trees light up in every direction. But could you imagine the job that would be, trying to get all the lights up and making sure they all worked?

Christmas Lights

Every year, as we go to put up our Christmas tree, we mess with our strands of lights and nearly always find a strand half dead that we end up just tossing to the back of the tree and calling it good. It’s one of my biggest frustrations with putting up our tree, trying to get the lights all working!

LightKeeper Pro offers a solution, and you won’t believe how easy it is! You literally just take the LightKeeper Pro, plug it into the strand in the place of any bulb from the unlit section, click the button, and then your strand will work again! It works by completing the circuit chain from that section that caused all of the bulbs to go out despite just one bad bulb. Then, you’ll be able to easily see which bulbs need to be replaced and fix your whole strand as easily as that!


The method above is the easy fix and works if it’s just a bad bulb. But if you have another problem with your light strand, like a broken bulb or a completely missing bulb, the LightKeeper Pro can help you still with the audible method that make a signal along the strand until there is on longer a current in the line to help you target the problem.

See how it works, here:

The LightKeeper Pro can be found at many popular local retailers including Home Depot, Lowes, Target, Walmart, and online at Amazon. You can buy it on the LightKeeper Pro website as well. It is available for $29.95 which includes taxes, shipping and handling.

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