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Worked for one day and then stopped???
don't know why.
weather did not cause this.
everything is plugged in right and nothing broken.
on www.gemmy.com does not show details of how to fix. has nothing to do with broken products.
i have a problem with my gemmy single tree lightshow.
I NEED HELP!!!!!
WHERE IS THE INTERNAL FUSE LOCATED I TOOK OFF THE MAIN BOX WHERE EVERYTHING FEEDS IN AND I DONT SEE THE FUSE
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
The reset button worked like a charm!!! Thanks so much!!
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
I tried all the suggestions listed to no avail. However, after an hour of trying I finally came up with a solution.1gal of gas, 1 match and walla light show, worked great for about a half. Sadly the fire-department and cops did not appreciate my light show. =(
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
I tried all the suggestions, starting with tapping the prongs with a key, then resetting the remote and tree together, finally trying the fuse. I took the box off and didn't see what would have been a replaceable fuse so I made sure the wires had a snug fit. While the box was opened I reset the remote and tree again and alas my tree is on.... now all I need is to move it back outside to try it out after moving it! Good luck to all of you I know its frustrating!
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
Reset button on the back of the remote brought music to my ears!
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
If your unit has the problem of working for about a minute, here is how I fixed it.
Open the tree with all the wires. Follow the 24vac line to the power board. Between this input and the diodes (rectifier) you should find a thermistor (looks like capacitor and may be labeled as a fuse). This component is the problem for lots of people. It is designed to limit overcurrent, but I found it is stopping normal function. I fixed this in 2 steps. First, I installed an in line fuse holder on the 24vac line and used a 1 amp fuse. This substitutes for the thermistor protection. Then I replaced the thermistor with a 5 ohm 3 watt resistor. This part is necessary to provide the resistance and current limiting that had been with the thermistor. My unit is working fine now.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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