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I bought a nutcracker inflatable last year didn’t use it, I took it out today I have two the one has dim lights and I do not have any idea how to fix this any suggestions? It does not have a big bulb to change..Thanks Ashley

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we set up about 400 each Christmas, for the really dim ones, we have put a sot light in the front, but usually we buy a small string of LED lights, cut the old ones loose inside, tape the ends, use small zip ties to tie the new lights in place, leave the plug end out the zipper where you can plug it in and you are good to go.  smaller and lighter strings are better.

while I am on the subject found some 40 watt small fluorescent C7 bulbs for $1 each, look great in some of our blow molds.  found these at Ollies

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