Problem wth LED Lights on Christmas Tree

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Old 01-03-19, 12:46 PM
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Problem wth LED Lights on Christmas Tree

Hi. I have a three part Christmas tree. It has led lights that can be color all white or to a back and forth beween all white and all color. You can use a remote control to light it or a control on the electrical cord.

I set the tree up. The lighting worked for a couple of days. Then, as you can see in the pics, the led lights have dimmed down considerably. Some are half bright, some are barely visible. Most have very low brightness.

The tree was stored in the attic. It worked when it was last used. It isnít old. I donít see frayed wires.

Can you tell me what I may be able to do to repair the lighting on this tree? Or should I just cut my losses and buy a new tree?

Thank you for your advice.

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Old 01-03-19, 01:00 PM
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I bought a similar tree a couple of years ago. Broke after two weeks. Should have returned it for a refund, but just ending up tossing it. I wouldn't waste my money on a new one. You could probably just buy a strand of the lights and replace the old ones. Just decide whether you want white or colored.
 
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Double check your remote and instructions to see if there is a dimming feature. If not and the lights are working but dim there isn't anything easy you can do except return the tree or remove the lights and re-decorate with new lights.
 
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Ok. Thank you both for your guidance. Sometimes its just better to cut our losses I guess.
 
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