We have officially entered the holiday season and you be ready to start putting up your Christmas lights and decorations. You may come across a string of lights that appears to be burnt out and decide to throw them away and replace the burnt lights with new ones.

What most people don't know is there is a simple fix that could save you some money this Holiday season. There is a Tiktok showing how to save those burnt-out lights with a couple of simple steps.

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Here is what you do:

1. Find the fuse box that looks something like the one in the photo below.

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2. Open it and you will see two fuses

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3. Now locate your extra baggie of light bulbs and fuses.

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4. Remove the old fuse using tweezers and replace it with one of the new fuses from the bag.

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5. Now plug the lights in and you should have a perfectly lit string of lights.

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Hopefully, this hack helps you save time and money this Holiday season, all all those to come.

Discovering a practical solution to salvage seemingly unusable Christmas lights brings a sense of relief and satisfaction. This viral TikTok hack has shown us that sometimes, the simplest solutions can make a significant difference.

By extending the lifespan of our Christmas decorations and lights through innovative methods, we reduce unnecessary waste and contribute positively to environmental conservation. This holiday season, perhaps the true magic lies not only in the shimmering lights but also in our ability to rethink, repurpose, and revive older decorations and give them a second life, keeping them out of the landfills.

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