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Título:

Holiday Time LED C7 2-Color Lights Replacement Bulbs wrong color

Texto:

I had a LED bulb with broken contact wire. After replacing the bulb it lit blue when the rest of the lights lit white and the white when others were blue.

This is a color changing set Blue and white. My first effort was to turn the full set off and then power on with setting at #1 Steady Blue.  I then tried the same with setting #2 Steady white. Same result: the one bulb was opposite color from the rest.

Next I tried swapping the problem bulb from first half of string (1st circuit) to second half (2nd circuit) The problem bulb remained opposite in color.   I tried variations of swapping while string powered on and when powered off. Same result.

Next I tried replacing the entire 2nd circuit bulbs (25 bulbs) I ended up with 25 bulbs on white (2nd circuit) and 25 bulbs on blue (1st circuit) Because almost all of my replacement bulbs came from a string of 50 lights with severe wire damage (multiple cuts and breaks) I concluded that a single replacement bulb was one state or another and was at a condition opposite the state of the original bulbs.  I dubbed a bulb either State #1 or State #2.  Therefore in a string is full of State #1 bulbs replacing one with a State #2 bulb would have the effect that I am observing.

Am I wrong? Is there a way to flip the state?

Dispositivo:

LED Christmas Lights

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

535365

Aporte original por: Dennis J ,

Título:

Holiday Time LED C7 2-Color Lights Replacement Bulbs wrong color

Texto:

I had a LED bulb with broken contact wire. After replacing the bulb it lit blue when the rest of the lights lit white and the white when others were blue.

This is a color changing set Blue and white. My first effort was to turn the full set off and then power on with setting at #1 Steady Blue.  I then tried the same with setting #2 Steady white. Same result: the one bulb was opposite color from the rest.

Next I tried swapping the problem bulb from first half of string (1st circuit) to second half (2nd circuit) The problem bulb remained opposite in color.   I tried variations of swapping while string powered on and when powered off. Same result.

Next I tried replacing the entire 2nd circuit bulbs (25 bulbs) I ended up with 25 bulbs on white (2nd circuit) and 25 bulbs on blue (1st circuit) Because almost all of my replacement bulbs came from a string of 50 lights with severe wire damage (multiple cuts and breaks) I concluded that a single replacement bulb was one state or another and was at a condition opposite the state of the original bulbs.  I dubbed a bulb either State #1 or State #2.  Therefore in a string is full of State #1 bulbs replacing one with a State #2 bulb would have the effect that I am observing.

Am I wrong? Is there a way to flip the state?

Dispositivo:

LED Christmas Lights

Estatus:

open