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Blow Mold Replacement lights

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I know i have seen answers somewhere but cant find them currently. I just came across a great deal on some blow molds and its of course a great deal because the lights are missing or cords are just bad. Besides online anyone know of any brick and mortar stores that sell these these? I checked Lowe's this morning and they did not seem to have any. 

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I saw lowes had em...6 for $6 I believe.  They list em as village lights.
Hmm my Lowe's didn't have any of those out. I "have to" go through that section every time I visit there.

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2 hours ago, Big J Illinois said:

did you by chance have a part or item number from lowes on the 6 for 6

I will stop by and get it tomorrow....drive by every day to and from work.  I was surprised when I saw it as I have seen folks on here lookin for them in the past.  The were right next to the village pieces in my store.

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I have found the easiest thing to do with Lowe’s is to purchase online and pick up in the store. They will either ship it to the store and hold it or they will pick it out of their shelves and hold it for you.


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I have found the easiest thing to do with Lowe’s is to purchase online and pick up in the store. They will either ship it to the store and hold it or they will pick it out of their shelves and hold it for you.


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If I did this though I might not "accidently" buy more stuff "need" haha

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Hi All

I sell the following c7 cords, can be used indoor or outdoor, no on/off switch, each socket has the spring / butterfly clip

Single c7 2ft  $1.75 each

Single c7 4ft $2.00 each

Single c7 6ft $2.25 each

Double c7 18 inch spacing $2.75 each

Triple c7 8 inch spacing $3.25 each ( low quantity on hand)

Triple c7 18 inch spacing $3.25 each

Triple c7 24 inch spacing $3.75 each

Triple c7 36 inch spacing $4.25 each

5 socket c7 36 inch spacing $6.25

FOR THE EXTREME DECORATORS

25 socket 3ft spacing $30.00

25 socket 6 ft spacing $50.00

 

Regular large socket with blackplate (for large blowmolds) socket is coned will accept Regular bulb, CFL and LED bulbs,  no need to cut sockets down

95% all shipped via USPS priority mail,   payment via PAYPAL

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On ‎10‎/‎27‎/‎2017 at 8:37 PM, Father Penguin said:

Hi All

I sell the following c7 cords, can be used indoor or outdoor, no on/off switch, each socket has the spring / butterfly clip

Single c7 2ft  $1.75 each

Single c7 4ft $2.00 each

Single c7 6ft $2.25 each

Double c7 18 inch spacing $2.75 each

Triple c7 8 inch spacing $3.25 each ( low quantity on hand)

Triple c7 18 inch spacing $3.25 each

Triple c7 24 inch spacing $3.75 each

Triple c7 36 inch spacing $4.25 each

5 socket c7 36 inch spacing $6.25

FOR THE EXTREME DECORATORS

25 socket 3ft spacing $30.00

25 socket 6 ft spacing $50.00

 

Regular large socket with blackplate $ 6  each (for large blowmolds) socket is coned will accept Regular bulb, CFL and LED bulbs,  no need to cut sockets down

95% all shipped via USPS priority mail,   payment via PAYPAL

send message  

Thanks

Father Penguin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 10/25/2017 at 12:25 PM, Yuletron said:

Home Depot has them for 6.99 (here in NY).

If that's a single socket C7 cordset then YIKES!!!

On 10/25/2017 at 6:36 PM, qberg said:

I saw lowes had em...6 for $6 I believe.  They list em as village lights.

 

On 10/25/2017 at 6:53 PM, Big J Illinois said:

Hey Q, did you by chance have a part or item number from lowes on the 6 for 6

 

On 10/25/2017 at 9:49 PM, qberg said:

I will stop by and get it tomorrow....drive by every day to and from work.  I was surprised when I saw it as I have seen folks on here lookin for them in the past.  The were right next to the village pieces in my store.

 

On 10/25/2017 at 12:25 PM, Yuletron said:

Home Depot has them for 6.99 (here in NY).

Those Lowes and HD ones are going to be one cord with 6 sockets not 6 individual cords (just like the 5 socket walmart one that qberg posted except with 6 sockets).

You can usually find C7 cordsets anywhere that sells the Christmas village type houses.

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Michaels (the craft store)  carried the single sockets in their stores last year... They may have some this year also.

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On 10/25/2017 at 2:00 PM, Big J Illinois said:

Where do you get the spring clip fo them Yule?

The ones from Home Depot came with the clips. It was in the lamp repair section

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On ‎11‎/‎1‎/‎2017 at 1:04 AM, TED said:

Hey Q, did you by chance have a part or item number from lowes on the 6 for 6

I stopped by and could not find them again.  I believe they probably were six sockets on a single cord after looking at other options.

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Still not sure how it looks yet buy for one small snowman blow mold I just got I pulled out an old strand of 50 white lights in it. Lights on in my garage it looked okay. Still need to dark test it. Give use/life to old strands I wasn't planning on using anyways

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On 10/27/2017 at 7:37 PM, Father Penguin said:

I sell the following c7 cords, can be used indoor or outdoor, no on/off switch, each socket has the spring / butterfly clip

That's a great selection of cords!  My curiosity is piqued.  Do you make these yourself?

TED

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