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    Default Buzz Box

    I bought a buzz box back during the summer and may I say on a newer strand of lights its a miracle press the button and hey the lights work again the older the strands a little more tricky but still you here it arc a couple times locate the socket and away you go. If anyone has ever questioned getting one it is well worth it

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    Where ? I know people have talked about them but I don't recall seeing any links to where they are for sale. What did you pay ? I spent over an hour and was NOT successful in reviving one of my icicle sets ..

    Is this the same unit ?

    http://www.christmaslightsetc.com/p/...ource=Shopping
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    Default Re: Buzz Box

    If you buy one of the boxes then you need to read the instruction sheet as the device will only work on one or the two circuits of a 100 light string at once. You have to remove a bulb on the known good circuit. There isn't enough energy to go through good strings.

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    Default Re: Buzz Box

    That is simular to the one I got and right around the same cost. The one I got has the plug, switch, and test button on top. Honestly I feel your pain on the icicles that is the reason two seasons ago I converted my icicles to LED which has been a two fold positive, which was no more running cords everywhere to break the strands up and I have not had a single one fail yet! But let me find the link to the box I got and I will get it to you.

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